Santorini consists of a group of islands created by volcanoes in Greece. Fira and Oia are probably the two most well-known towns in these islands. Fira is more like a city, which has multiple roads and access to the port on its eastern-side by cable cars or a steep Z-shaped footpath. Oia, pronounced as “EE-ah”, on […]
Libreria Acqua Alta
Totally not in our agenda, but I am glad we stumbled into this when we were exploring the alleys towards the east side of Venice. Dubbed (or rather claimed) to be “the most beautiful bookshop in the world,” I find it most intriguing or interesting than beautiful. It is in fact a big mess inside with an unused […]
The View from East
This week, we “hiked” east-ward to Kampong Kayu. Like Farrer Park is to Farrer Road, Kampong Kayu is not found anywhere near Jalan Kayu but within the walking distance of the Mountbatten MRT Station (Circle Line). The residents here appear multi-cultural, and I witnessed them living rather harmoniously and enjoying each others’ company. When I […]
Hot Sunny Friday
Hot sunny Friday. Love the photos!
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