Monthly Archives: April 2018

Yoga PT 1

There’s a man in my yoga class who grunts and groans aloud with each stretch, filling the otherwise quiet class with his presence. I don’t know how he looks like as he’s often at the other end. He reminds me … Continue reading

Posted in Health and wellness, Yoga | Leave a comment

Sky Mirror at Sasaran

Sky Mirror at Sasaran, a little fishing village in Selangor, is a recent tourist phenomenon which exploded, in part due to selfies, mobile phones and social media. Sasaran is a sleepy fishing village consisting of at least three generations. The … Continue reading

Posted in Travel | Leave a comment

Sekeping Serendah – world in a jungle.

I needed to get away after my thesis and when my Malaysian friend LK sent me a link to a video showcasing Malaysian jungle retreats, I told her to book one for me. She selected this one for me. Sekeping … Continue reading

Posted in Travel | Leave a comment

‘Wanton’ Mee with tilapia

The poster screams, the only one in Malaysia, no other stores. It is unique: whole steamed tilapia cooked in various sauces and served with fresh noodles (without the wantons). There are different varieties – dried lilybulb with garlic and bean … Continue reading

Posted in Food and drink, Travel | 2 Comments

Ramen Teh- Movie Review

My movie partner, Bee, is back home for a visit from Bangkok and we grabbed the opportunity to catch a movie, which both of us have missed doing since she moved to Bangkok three years ago while I started work … Continue reading

Posted in Movie | Leave a comment

Routes by Robert Yeo

I’ve met Robert Yeo a few times and he’s such a friendly man, like many of the authors I meet, but he¬†is more so probably because of his teaching background as he probably treats¬†everyone younger as a student. I’ve not … Continue reading

| Leave a comment