Okinawa Itinerary

Travel tips Go with someone who has an international license. The central city of Naha is quite small and would entertain you for 1-2 day tops. Driving out of Naha will bring you to many more sights. Purchase an Okica travel card for public transport. […]

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ClassPass: Launched in Singapore in Aug 2018

It’s finally here! When I heard of ClassPass launching here, I was quite excited. You know I’ve been using GuavaPass for close to three years now and the base model of GuavaPass is the ClassPass business model. If you’re not familiar with fitness subscriptions, I’d […]

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Ubud: Radiantly Alive

The two most popular options for yoga studio at Ubud are Yoga Barn and Radiantly Alive. For me, I went with Radiantly Alive. Why Radiantly Alive? Value Radiantly Alive offers a one-week pass whereas Yoga Barn goes by class cards. As I was intending to […]

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Karneval at Brotzeit

This is an invited media tasting, opinions are mine. Photos by the talented Roger of Camistry Lab. The pre-Lent observance period, Karneval, is often unofficially known as the fifth season in Germany. A traditional festival, Karneval, as its name sounds, is a festive carnival parade celebrated […]

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A recap of 2017

It’s been a while since I did one of these so here’s the low down on what have been the top moments in 2017 for me. 2017 marked a year of growth for me. I was pushed to deal with more personalities (than I would […]

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Kyoto Food: Ichiba Coji

When I visited USA back in 2012, I was awed by the ‘sampler’ platters that eateries have. I loved the concept of being able to try a little bit of everything even when you’re a solo diner. This is exactly why I like Ichiba Coji. […]

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