Monthly Archives: April 2016

Emily of Emerald Hill by Stella Kon


An opportunity to meet with famous playwright Stella Kon came up yesterday and I quickly grabbed hold of my son’s secondary two literature text and finished it in a day in order to be ready for the meeting at the … Continue reading

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Emily of Emerald Hill by Stella Kon


An opportunity to meet with famous playwright Stella Kon came up yesterday and I quickly grabbed hold of my son’s secondary two literature text and finished it in a day in order to be ready for the meeting at the … Continue reading

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Yoga with Denjz


So today marks the last lesson for my Saturday yoga class as my yoga teacher Denjz leaves for Montreal to train with Cirque du Soleil for the next three weeks.  What must she be thinking – you must be wondering, … Continue reading

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Canto Jumbo @ Old Airport Road


We are not familiar with the East and it’s challenging looking for a reasonable price restaurant for a family dinner with the in-laws, who can’t travel far. We discovered this restaurant while driving past one day and decided to try. … Continue reading

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Pulsating Phuket – Day 3


Sunday in Phuket meant a trip to the morning market is mandatory for us. How different would Thai market be from our own wet market back at home? There are many similarities. Both are wet, hot and noisy. Yet, we … Continue reading

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Pulsating Phuket- Songkran Festival


We didn’t know when we booked our trip to Phuket, that it would be the week of Songkran. Songkran, according to our host, is the Thai new year. It’s also the hottest month and Thais traditionally throw water at each … Continue reading

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Pulsating Phuket Day 2


One of the reasons for coming back to Phuket was to visit our friend Bar. This trip, she suggested that we visit her hometown near the tourist district of Khao Lak, a place called Takua Pa. Takua Pa is about … Continue reading

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