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Hawker

Jo and I have always had a penchant for Asian food and one of the most vivid and fond memories of our last visit to Singapore was eating from street vendors called Hawkers. In the years since our last visit, health and zoning regulations in the city have forced these vendors to move to “Hawker … Continue reading »

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Wild Weather, Fantastic Fish and a Win at “Port Wenn”

After a solid, restful sleep we awoke to the sounds of a ferocious gale and rain – unseasonal (lol, apparently) easterly winds were set in and driving rain horizontally at the mainland – lovely day to go touring we said. It was cold, and to be honest I would much rather have stayed in bed … Continue reading »

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Shopping and a near lethal afternoon tea

After ignoring the alarm, we awoke, showered and dressed and headed down to a local cafe, Chez Prune, for coffee au lait/tea and a croissant while the Saturday morning world went by. We relaxed, read, iPadd’d and generally felt Parisienne as we navigated clumsily the menu and the bill, much to the amusement of the … Continue reading »

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Paris?

Now I am not sure how most people approach itinerary planning but we took an approach that might be different to some. We became aware of a website that outlined best pastries and patisseries in and around Paris: http://www.parispatisseries.com/ We decided that there were some seriously delicious things we should try, and noticed that the … Continue reading »

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