If you are planning a trip to Taipei, be prepared to walk. Like, a lot. And oh, be prepared to have a lot of small eats (小吃). Like, A LOT. So yup, the good news is, the walking will offset the 8 meals a day. But the bad news is, you will be exhausted by… Continue reading Taipei Small Eats!
It’s a sign of how globalised our world is when you have not just 1, but 2 high school girlfriends living and working in the same city as you (it even used to be 3 but 1 has relocated to Perth 😦 ). So at various point of our lives, we took that venture to… Continue reading Saint Crispin
Public holidays in Melbourne are indeed quite precious – there are too little of them and they are all concentrated in the 1st half of the year. I guess it’s the trade-off for our 38-hour work week but when a public holiday comes along, it does seem like a bonus because it doesn’t happen often… Continue reading A Summer’s Day in Geelong
In a densely populated place like Singapore, is it possible to find a quiet place of solace in some part of the island? To escape from the sea of people and tide of activities in the city and enjoy a quiet local meal to yourself? I must admit, every time I touch down in Singapore,… Continue reading An Amoy Street Breakfast
There are 2 activities that a lot of Melburnians get up to on the weekends: house-hunting or brunching. Of course, the former activity is stressful, having heard of many stories from my colleagues about the crazy auction bidding, while the latter is a much more relaxed and preferred activity to do over the weekend! But… Continue reading A Spotswood Adventure