Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk

Much of Western Australia is a dry, barren desert, but if you travel through the south west of Australia, you’ll be mesmerised by the density of the forest and untarnished wilderness that occupies this corner of the world. If driving for hours surrounded by tall, giant trees is not an experience of intimidating beauty for…

Diamond Tree

“Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” – Gustave Flaubert. On our way to the Valley of the Giants, about 10 km south of Manjimup, V and I made a stop at the Diamond Tree Lookout. The Diamond Tree is a giant Karri tree, about 51 metres…

When the Going Gets Hot, This Girl Goes to the Museum

Top: Zara Shorts: Uniqlo Bag: The Leather Satchel Company, from Shopbop Sandals: Staccato, from Singapore Sunnies: Ray-Ban The weather reached extreme temperatures last weekend in Perth. There were notices in the street reminding campers not to light a fire for fear of it becoming a bush fire. Instead of melting at home, V and I…

A Visit to 2Degree Ice Art

This post is a bit overdue, but hey, better late than never, right? That’s my motto (and appropriately so, since I’m a big procrastinator.) Being in Singapore for over 7 years now, one can feel bored sometimes. So I’m always on the lookout for new happenings around town, and when I heard of this ice…

Instagram Food Diary: Singapore

From left to right, top to bottom: 1. Chicken ramen, Keisuke Tori King If you’re a ramen fan like V and I are, you’re most probably used to a pork-based ramen broth, and it’s hard to imagine how a chicken-based broth can taste equally good, but Keisuke Tori King delivers a nice surprise! The broth…

Spring to Summer

Top: Pepper Plus Pants: French Connection Sandals: Staccato Bag: Tory Burch Happy 2014, everyone! I hope you all had a nice break over Christmas and New Year and spent it with the people you love. V and I were away visiting our family in Singapore and Indonesia and flew back to Perth yesterday, exhausted and…