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- I Worry I’ll Run Out of Stories
- When Was the First Time you Took a Flight?
- I Used To Have A Dream Job
- Something I Wrote on Medium. Hope you’ll read it there.
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- When I was diagnosed with cancer
- What a Trip to Siem Reap Taught Me
- Been Writing at Another Place but I’m still here too.
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Tag Archives: Katong
A long overdue post about Chin Mee Chin the old famous coffee shop at Katong. It is pretty sweet with it’s old style decor but I wasn’t impressed by the offerings. I would come here just for the decor and … Continue reading
Just another day, when the sky happens to be pretty darn awesome.
Read bad reviews and raves at the food site Hungry Go Where. The raves were by the British expats. I decided to take the word of the expats like Laura, because who would know British cuisine better and be able … Continue reading
Who can resist an ice cream place that you’ve never tried before? I find sorbet too sour for me though, but just so you know, they have it here at the Ice Cream Gallery. Decided to go for the Salted … Continue reading
The white Peranakan building the famous Ponggol Nasi Lemak is housed in, looked inviting and we were early but already saw a long queue forming. It’s nice to sit by the roadside and enjoy the breeze. I always prefer a … Continue reading
It’s laid back and relaxed, but there’s every type of cuisine imaginable at Tanjong Katong. Local, American, Indian, Indonesian, British, Japanese – no excuse for not finding anything you like. We tend to be like that. We never know what … Continue reading
Didn’t enjoy the laksa, although Katong laksa is supposed to be famous. Found it insipid and it just can’t compare to my favourite claypot laksa which is known as Depot Road laksa (located at Alexandra Village). Just pales in comparison. … Continue reading