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(Picture: gorgeous padi fields in Bali circa 2010) Well, there’s much more to trailing spouse insecurities, alienation and displacement. I’ve been travelling and relocating for work myself before I decided to take the plunge (with very cold feet admittedly!) and give up the life as I knew it to move to Macau over two years […]

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The thing about working, travelling and living in so many places in this life time – yes we are fortunate souls gifted with endless opportunities – you always leave a part of yourself in that city or pieces of yourself with people who become such good friends, you call them your extended family. And Heidi […]

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Sometime last year I took a map making class on skillshare with Prêt à Voyager and through her blog and social channels, I learnt about the Set in Paris movie tours. I’ve been to Paris over dozens of times and visit annually – there’s always good old friends to see and favourite spots to hangout, but the […]

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Well, if there’s anything on the eat list in Marrakech, it has to be the local authentic Méchoui, which is a whole sheep or lamb either spit roasted on a BBQ or slow slow cooked underground in these giant kilns that look like tandoori ovens. An anchor dish in North Africa, the name of dish comes […]

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I can never be grateful enough for the amazing life I’ve slogged very hard for in my 20s (and still slogging) and would never have imagined my 30s to be so much more eventful and exciting.  I have also been very lucky to marry a man who takes me all over the world’s to the […]

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