What does Paris look like from the Seine? Still beautiful. Continue reading Sightsee Paris by boat
A walk in the park. Oh… It’s a cemetery. Continue reading A walk among the dead in Montparnasse cemetery
Second hand bookstores are treasure troves of cheap pre-loved reading materials. Continue reading Hidden treasures on the road: Second hand bookstores
Follow me into the Catacombs of Paris where skulls and bones are decorations. Continue reading My visit to the Empire of Death
How’s everyone’s week been? Mine was busy covering an annually tradeshow. Luckily, they keep us journalists pretty well-fed in the press hall so I’m a happy camper. Today’s #FoodFri is a picnic lunch I had in the grounds of Fontainebleu Castel in France. As you can see, it’s not quite as scandalous as Manet’s <<Le déjeuner sur l’herbe>> but it was a peaceful lunch. I … Continue reading #FoodFri A picnic in castle grounds @ Fontainebleau, France
Defining street art in Singapore and overseas Continue reading Can art be a crime? #freestickerlady
Saying your favorite city is Paris has become a cliché, especially for jaded young Singaporeans who already have traipsed across Europe right after their university graduation. They’ll likely tell you that while their favorite European city is Stockholm, there’s no place like home where the transport system and the government works.
(On another note, Tokyo is slowly becoming another cliché but the people here still do not think of it yet because they like sushi and J-pop so much.)
Despite what they say, my favorite city is still Paris.
My first meal in Paris was a picnic by the Seine. In the piercing early-summer sun, overlooking the Notre Dame de Paris. Here’s my unfortunate choice of not too French food. :( A short entry about my first day in the City of Lights. This entry is part of BootsnAll’s 30 Days of Indie Travel project. Day 11: Feast. The rest of my posts for the … Continue reading Picnic by the Seine
The perfect day started with the perfectly French breakfast. Baguette with salted butter…
Then a visit to the quaint Jules Vernes museum where I learned of Nellie Bly, the perfect inspiration for a round the world trip. She’s my travel idol. Continue reading “Day in Nantes, made out of little perfects”
I’m not gonna teach your boyfriend how to dance Continue reading My song in Paris