Among all the chaos, I find comfort coming back here to pen down my thoughts.
Meh, so much had change since I started this and while I’m still pretty upset that all my photos are gone because of the ransom that Photobucket forces its users to pay, I’m going to take baby steps to update this space.
Not sure what’s going be up here since life had been working, eating, sleeping (repeat) until recently, I decided to revisit my passion and started with Korean classes again. *Give myself a pat on the back*
So I decided to get my almost non-functional laptop moving… Saved a draft of this post for seven-months because my laptop is almost as good as dead. But since I’ve lots of time now, let me just be super patient to finish up this post.
Due to work commitment, I wasn’t able to head down to ParaThai for their food tasting event. But thankfully, I got my trusty friends, Teck (the photographer!) & Jin Dao down for this event!
And this blog post is contributed entirely by Jin Dao! His debut as a blogger! *clap* He apologize for the lateness but better to be late than never right? :D
Another Thursday where I go cafe hopping with The Coincidental Friends! Also probably the last one (for now…) because school work is starting to roll in and Teck is starting his internship!
We visited Hyde & Co this time round. A relatively new cafe which open it’s door last November. Nested a stone throw away from Bugis MRT along North Bridge Road, this place wasn’t that difficult to locate since there were several famous cafes among the shophouses. Continue reading
If you have been to Korea, Milkcow might ring a bell with you! Milkcow is a hand-made, soft ice creamery, originating in Seoul, South Korea, and is opening its doors in Singapore on 30th January 2015 at The Cathay. With 30 stores in South Korea and 2 Flagship stores in Seoul, Milkcow has rapidly expanded in the region, with stores open in the Philippines and Malaysia. Continue reading