On board a boat on a clear day in Singapore River



“Nobody has ever measured, not even poets, how much the heart can hold.”
– Zelda Fitzgerald

Snorkeling Tulamben

This weekend we are snorkeling in Tulamben. Tulamben is a small fishing village on the north-east coast of Bali. It is among the most popular dive sites on Bali since the wreck of the Liberty, a US Army Transport ship torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in 1942 lies just off shore.  The town's name is derived from the word batulambih, which roughly translates as "many stones", a reference to the destructive eruptions by Mount Agung that have affected this part of Bali from time to time. The beach in Tulamben is not made of sand, but is entirely covered with fairly large, smooth stones. The modern name evolved over time, first to "Batulamben" and finally settling on the contraction Tulamben ("batu" means "stone" in Indonesian) 


out for shopping


out for shopping with these monkeys...

I can really snack toughly...
xoxo

Universal Studio opening

Our 4 days trip in Singapore is mainly for the Universal Studio opening, ticket purchased online. Not so many rides opened yet, but in exchange we got voucher for food and purchase in the gift shops....
All three of us just turned 8 years old today!















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xxx 

Vivienne Tam, my side kick

My new side kick is Vivienne Tam notebook design. It reflect Tam’s Spring 2010 collection, inspired by the classic Chinese love story, “Butterfly Lovers,” a beautiful tale of freedom, romance and inspiration. It was said that this Hewlett Packard 10 inch note book is a new look in digital clutch chic marries two cultures – fashion and technology – to reflect a transformative spirit and sophisticated lifestyle.






motivates me in so many level!