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21st Century Mummy is about the life, loves and lessons of an expat mum in Singapore. I write about expat life, bringing up kids in an expat world,... read more [Hits: 75 - Added: 26-02-13]http://www.21stcenturymummy.com/
The musings of a South African living in Singapore about life, relationships and travel. read more [Hits: 54 - Added: 21-07-09]http://ameasureofthings.blogspot...
The blog is about travel, business, foods and books. read more [Hits: 30 - Added: 27-03-15]http://aim-experience.blogspot.s...
Blog of our day to day events and happenings as they relate to our life living and working overseas. The most read and subscribed to expat blog in... read more [Hits: 51 - Added: 02-12-10]http://www.aussiepete.com
American expat gal living life in Singapore. New to the blog world writing about my travel adventures, expat experiences in Singers & whatever... read more [Hits: 50 - Added: 14-06-11]http://chamorrochica.com/
Following the ups and downs of the life of a cycling widow... now with the additional challenge of a new life in Singapore. read more [Hits: 20 - Added: 04-09-14]http://diaryofacyclingwidow.blog...
Humorous look at life as an expat in Singapore read more [Hits: 47 - Added: 01-03-13]http://diaryofanexpatinsingapore...
Italians in Singapore was created by... you've guessed it... 2 Italians living in Singapore.
read more [Hits: 24 - Added: 30-10-12]http://italianiasingapore.blogsp...
Our blog is about us, a young couple from California now living in Singapore. We blog about life abroad, our travels, and the things we see and do in... read more [Hits: 72 - Added: 17-10-11]http://www.jeffreyandflora.com
Adventures in and around Singapore read more [Hits: 40 - Added: 12-12-12]http://kathywhiteinsingapore.blo...
Dystopian fiction is supposedly about the future, but it’s always tied in to the fears—and the technologies—of its own time period. Although Brave New World can claim biochemist... read more
Posted on 18 February 2018 | 7:00 am
Some People Juggle Geese
My plan is to run a half marathon every two years to keep my fitness in check and, given my last half was in 2015, I was due a run before the new year. I had heard great things about the Angkor Wat ru... read more
Posted on 7 December 2017 | 6:02 am
“The air was thick with humidity, but instead of feeling damp, it seemed lush. Like the whole city had just stepped out of the tub, and hadn’t quite gotten its robe on.”― ... read more
Posted on 26 November 2017 | 12:41 am
Diary of An Expat in Singapore
One of the major attractions at Stanford University campus is the Memorial Church. It has elaborate structure adorned with magnificent mosaics depicting biblical scenes.The church's facade is imposing... read more
Posted on 8 November 2017 | 3:05 am
A Walk to Zen
Part 1 here. Osaka We trained up from Miyajima, back through Hiroshima, and on to Osaka. The trip took less than 2 and a half hours. And so began, our journey into more touristy areas. The throngs of ... read more
Posted on 5 October 2017 | 12:23 pm
I have been posting things out of order, not the first nor the last time that will happen! But this meal at Oineas was actually my first in Greece, a recommendation from our first airBnB in Athens. We... read more
Posted on 2 September 2017 | 10:00 pm
Living in Sin
I've lived here in Tampa, FL now for a few years. One of the things we love the most, is the wildlife... especially the native alligators in our back yard.A Two-Headed Gator OR a case of Reptilian Pho... read more
Posted on 29 August 2017 | 6:02 pm
With Brexit negotiations now underway, you could forgive some individuals for thinking that their future may lie abroad. After all, nobody knows how Brexit will play out, other than the fact that it i... read more
Posted on 30 June 2017 | 3:31 pm
Singapore Travel Blog
Hello there! Thanks for visiting this space. I've decided to move on to a new home on the web. Please visit NotesFromOurCorner.com for stories, recipes and updates as I document our life in NZ.&n... read more
Posted on 26 January 2017 | 1:45 am
Pink and Mints
Before I continue, a bit about the food. Luscious baked goods, an abundance of fresh fish (you don't have to eat sardines, but they are everywhere,too), their famed "black" pork, and increibly g... read more
Posted on 18 January 2017 | 3:13 pm
Kathy's Adventures Beyond Singapore
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