Mount Bromo Whispering Sands
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Mount Bromo Whispering Sands

Awesome And Magical Mt. Bromo! – Part 2

By the time you read this, I should be in the bus on the way to scale another mountain. This time to Sungei Lembing in Pahang, Malaysia, where food has been promised to be much better but let’s not jump the gun. Back to Mount Bromo. Day 2… Before the not so happening breakfast back … Continue reading

Star Trails Mt. Bromo

Awesome And Magical Mt. Bromo!

When things are too good to be described, there are no words. However, the recent trip to Probolinggo, East Java, Indonesia, to shoot Mt. Bromo left us with two that Andrew cried, “Awesome and Magical!” Look out for more photos in my next post of this Awesome and Magical Mt. Bromo! Happy traveling and bonding … Continue reading

Mount Bromo

A Sight To Behold!

Hi everyone! I just got back from Mount Bromo last Sunday. The trip was awesome! I made new friends and learnt new stuff for my hobby – photography! I got to spend some quality time with Vanessa and those were precious moments; mother and daughter bonding over mediocre food and adequate lodging. Hahaha… ;-) I … Continue reading

Fruits Strawberries

Fruits Glorious Fruits!

After having nasi lemak at Changi Village, my friend saw a fruit stall and said “Let’s get some fruits”. I was struggling inside of me… The fruit vendor, an elderly man was a sweetie, rummaging through his fridge, opening up packets of pre-packed fruits for us to try but unfortunately, his fruits were not as … Continue reading

Cafe Colbar

Cafe Colbar

ColBar stands for Colonial Bar, which opened for business in 1953 as a canteen for the old British Army in the barracks located in Jalan Hang Jebat. Today, the rustic charm remains and you can even bring your pet dog along for lazy weekend brunch. Their current place at Wessex Village Square, retained the rather … Continue reading

Dong Po Colonial Cafe

Dong Po Colonial Cafe 東坡茶室

Retro seemed to be “in” theme especially for cafes in Singapore during the last few years. They could have been around all along but up till now, their presence have never been felt so strongly. Dong Po Colonial cafe is one the places to go for a nostalgic experience of Singapore in the ’50s and … Continue reading

Emo 'llezion Art

Coffee Design Art – CAD Cafe

I did not join Benny and some of the participants who went earlier than the appointed time for our street photography session at Kampong Glam. They had breakfasted at Dong Po Colonial Cafe. CAD Cafe 23 Haji Lane, Singapore 189216. Opening hours: (Closed on Mondays) Tue – Wed: 8am – 10pm Thurs – Fri: 8am … Continue reading

We sat next to the nearest table seen here which was quickly taken up within a few minutes as the lunch crowd started streaming in, even before our beer arrived.

Kampong Glam

Last Sunday, I participated in a street photography outing organised by Benny. 11 people turned up at the appointed venue – Kampong Glam. Kampong Glam (甘榜格南) is a neighbourhood in Singapore. It is located north of the Singapore River, in the urban planning areas of Kallang and Rochor. The name of the area is thought … Continue reading

Northeastern Thai Cuisine found at Blk 115, Aljunied Ave 2.

Jubilee Coffee House & Bar

“And suddenly it’s hard to find the memories you left behind. Remember, do you remember? The laughter and the tears, the shadows of misty yesteryears. The good times and the bad you’ve seen and all the others in between. Remember, do you remember the times of your life?” – Paul Anka Benny and I were … Continue reading

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