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Exploring Singapore Part 2: Toa Payoh, Expo, Orchard and Sentosa

Panoramic view of Toa Payoh Shopping Mall. This is where I grocery shop most of the time. It is conveniently just a bus away from our unit. Moreover, FairPrice and Value Dollar Store, the two most popular grocery stores I think, are situated there. I opted to shop and cook my own meals rather than buy at hookers Read more about Exploring Singapore Part 2: Toa Payoh, Expo, Orchard and Sentosa[…]

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Exploring Singapore Part 1: How was my first day like?

I headed straight away from Changi International Airport to Ah Hood Gardens. I found the unit where I would be staying, yes. But unfortunately, my contact person wasn’t there yet. He and the main tenant had a miscommunication about me and my intention to stay there with them. In addition to that, I wasn’t allowed Read more about Exploring Singapore Part 1: How was my first day like?[…]

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First Out of the Country Experience: Hello Singapore!

Booking. I felt excited and nervous when I booked a flight to Singapore. It was in the night of Dec 15. I was in my dorm room, sitting and thinking it through. My hands were shaking and sweating as I submitted my preferred departure and arrival date, personal information and payment details on TigerAsia’s app Read more about First Out of the Country Experience: Hello Singapore![…]

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October Adventure in Baguio – Part 4: It’s Tree-ling on Top

Tree Top Adventure, situated in Camp John Hay, offers a breathtaking nature tripping experience through offering several marvellous activities such as Tree Drop, Superman, Silver Surfer and Skywalk. They have the world’s first motorized canopy tour and jungle trails comprised of platforms nestled on branches. And the following are the activities where we actively participated. Tree Drop Imagine you are suspended 60 Read more about October Adventure in Baguio – Part 4: It’s Tree-ling on Top[…]

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October Adventure in Baguio – Part 3: Fun-Filled Activities

To get our Baguio tour more exciting and memorable, I suggested that we play a game. There were two facilitators in each game. Then, each game was participated by two groups with four members. So, it was as it follows: Rubber Chicken by Brian and Ariane There was a rubber chicken toy which squawks whenever it Read more about October Adventure in Baguio – Part 3: Fun-Filled Activities[…]

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October Adventure in Baguio – Part 2: Hungry Stomach

Travelling is incomplete without food. Fortunately, Baguio offers a lot of delectable dishes which make its visitors fully experience its vibrant culture. Buffet Breakfast I enliven my morning with the hotel’s all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast. Variety of local foods were served and I ate as much as I could so that I can surely survive various Read more about October Adventure in Baguio – Part 2: Hungry Stomach[…]

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October Adventure in Baguio – Part 1: I Was Here

After contemplating where we should celebrate our company’s anniversary, Baguio was chosen. It is considered as the summer capital of the Phillipines, a part of Cordillera Administrative Region, and about 4-8 hours ride from Metro Manila. In this place, we went to various scenic places, ate a lot of foods, played enjoyable games and survived Read more about October Adventure in Baguio – Part 1: I Was Here[…]

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Family Runaway Trip to Tagaytay

My sibling, aunt, cousins and I had a few minutes of brainstorming where it’s best to spend our Sunday. We need to go somewhere rather than bore ourselves sitting around all day in front of several screens: computer, laptop, tablet smartphone. Several malls were thrown out as a suggestion but didn’t quite appeal because we Read more about Family Runaway Trip to Tagaytay[…]

A Map For Saturday

A Map for Saturday is a documentary film written and directed by Brook Silva-Braga when he wandered around the world and met several travelers like him. For nine months of nomadic life in 2005, he visited 26 countries on four continents. Along the road, his experience together with other backpackers was recorded  as they unfold their stories Read more about A Map For Saturday[…]