Canada may have a maple leaf on its flag, but the country’s animal symbol is a beaver. I’ve been in Canada twenty years and have yet to see one of these elusive animals. Continue reading Beavers? Where?
My advice: don’t go to Sentosa Island unless you have children. I knew as I stepped on to the cable car to cross to the island, not to expect much but my daughter wanted to go and I felt like spoiling her after the Tioman Island scare. Continue reading Singapore’s Sentosa Island
Singapore was about shopping but for me, it was more about eating. We either ate an early breakfast of roti canai, or brunched at my favourite restaurant. Continue reading Succulent Singapore
Tioman was a lush green island of untouched jungle and mountains as a backdrop. To make the visit even better, it was the off-season, so although many restaurants were closed, the beaches were deserted. Continue reading Tropical Tioman Troubles
On a walk around the lake yesterday, people stared at a cormorant perched on a log. Although it flapped its wings, it remained stationary. Continue reading Captured Cormorant
Photo courtesy: Peter in s — Wikimedia Commons
If you’ve read my posts on Sumatra, you’ll recall that before we set out on this month’s journey, I told my daughter she could plan the trip. Although we both chose the same Sumatran destinations, from here on, was totally her plan. Continue reading Mersing’s awaiting
I was curious about historical Melaka; the boring stuff that hadn’t captured my interest at school. So it was understandable my daughter wasn’t impressed when I wanted to visit old Portuguese churches and the museum. Continue reading A Hunger for History?