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- I Just Watched the Wham! Documentary
- 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.
- Please Don’t Ask Me To Be Resilient
- Join Medium with my referral link – Shanti C K
- 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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Thought it would be good to learn some history at the museum. Many of the artefacts from Angkor are preserved here. There is a locker up front where you are required to place your handbag with the guard if it’s … Continue reading
We were picked up at the airport and driven in air-conditioned comfort to the hotel. In the minivan we were given cold jasmine scented towels and reusable aluminium bottles of iced water. We were already feeling pampered. The driver’s voice … Continue reading
It was a bit of a bumpy landing, but of course always happy to land safe and sound. Kinda cool to find we were on the tarmac and walked to the rustic looking airport that’s modern clean and spacious inside. … Continue reading
14 April 2022 at 6.44am. Haven’t risen to see the sky this beautiful since, but I hope to. I pushed myself too much perhaps and now I’m down and needing to take a forced rest. Hope to get back to … Continue reading
So glad my partner agreed to drive through Little India even with the traffic crunch. I really wanted a glimpse of the festivities. I truly respect the devotion of the devotees and was looking out for my cousin and her … Continue reading
Just when I was thinking my life is so humdrum, I heard a cacophony of cymbals and drums and headed towards it. I felt so uplifted and blessed to be perfectly on time for a dragon dance. And in my … Continue reading
The MONA experience was so unique that it has never left my mind. Definitely a mind altering experience at the Museum of Old and New Art that I would highly recommend if you visit Tasmania.
This was truly scrumptious. I am a creature of habit and always have the chilli vinaigrette dumpling noodles here. Usually when I choose something new I always regret it. But this time I was pleasantly surprised. Both the broth and … Continue reading
More walking around Hobart. And I do love seagulls. We never get these in Singapore. And the grass here is so lovely. In Singapore this would be called carpet grass and they have to be weeded carefully and it’s expensive.
A glimpse of what grows nearer the Antarctic or South Pole. Subantarctic plants.
Being driven to the next destination, The Royal Tasmanian Botanic Gardens. Wish I had journaled as I travelled. I must the next time or at least blog as soon as I can. Memory is so lacking, after a lapse of … Continue reading
Walking to the farmers’ market and we spot a cruise ship. Truly spoilt for choice at the Salamanca Farmers’ Market. It takes place in Saturday’s from 8.30 am to 3 pm. The market extends the full length of Hobart’s historic … Continue reading
It looks quite bright, so we must have been experiencing the long days of summer.
My sister was recommended this restaurant by her boss, especially the pasta I think. I think I recall that the hosts were lovely and welcoming. From the pictures you can see how good it was, but we were too uncomfortably … Continue reading
Breakfast was at a small, laid back, hipster cafe called the tricycle cafe and bar. Sourdough bread is always heavenly in Australia. It was located at the Salamanca Arts Centre which is very near the Salamanca Market. We walked there … Continue reading
Love the blue. I’m a water sign after all.
Was at Little India in Singapore recently and B pointed out some informational posters to me. One of them brought back memories about snake charmers. B had never seen them as a kid, but I recall seeing them quite often. … Continue reading
Sad that it was our last morning in Perth. I was not prepared to go back to the humidity heat and crowds in Singapore. But of course miss our family back home.
The sun was intense even on this autumn day so the roses seem to be wilting a bit but they were beautiful.
I’m still dreaming of the marmalade toast. Everything was freshly made from scratch and you can tell. The owner and chef was just so warm and professional. I would highly recommend this place that my sister found. She’s great at … Continue reading
It was a lovely drive with stops like this along the way. We had no real itinerary so often we were surprised.