Category Archives: Travel

Exploring Singapore: Changi Airport

Changi Airport in Singapore has been recognized as one of the best airports in the world.  While I have flown in and out of Changi for four years, I’ve never really had a chance to explore it.  We often have … Continue reading

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Here I go….

I’m going to Cambodia for two very specific reasons.  Firstly, I’m going there to visit/photograph Angkor Wat and the other temples to the fullest extent of my heart’s desire.  Secondly, I’m going to get a break from my husband and … Continue reading

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Planning travel to Cambodia–healthcare

For a number of years, I’ve wanted to do some solo travel in the region, but life has interfered.  This Mother’s Day, though, I’ll be on my own in Siem Reap, Cambodia happily doing hours of photography at Angkor Wat … Continue reading

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(Almost) 4 years later, watching a video of my “first impressions” of Singapore

I was reviewing some of my first blog posts when I stumbled upon this gem of a video. Text of the video is italicized, my reactions to watching this 4 years later are in bold. So I’m at, like, one … Continue reading

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New Zealand-A Comedy of Errors

I may not have boarded a plane before my twentieth summer, but I’ve more than made up for it since.  In just the (almost) five years since we had Elanor, we’ve visited four continents, eleven countries, and somewhere between fifteen … Continue reading

Posted in Acts of Supreme Clumsiness, airports, Auckland, driving around, Flying, headdesk moments, hotels/serviced apartments/resorts, New Zealand, Random Stuff, Rotorua, Taupo, Travel, Travel by Continent, Country, Wellington | 4 Comments

A Vegas (Indian) Wedding-Part 1, Pre-wedding events

A while back, I posted some photos of the girls from the various wedding events that took us to Las Vegas.  I had meant to do another post about the wedding, but never got around to it. We were in … Continue reading

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Arrived in Vegas!

On Sunday we embarked on our West Coast US adventure. There is very little that can be said about flying with two young children except that it does get better.  With each flight we take, Elanor becomes a better and … Continue reading

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Webinar on Travel, Timezones and Infant/Toddler Sleep

Although I haven’t lived in the US for almost three years, I still consider myself an Isis Parenting Mom.  Ravi and I took prenatal classes with them, Ellie took parent & child classes there with both Ravi and I (although … Continue reading

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Happy First Birthday Rhiannon

  My darling Rhiannon You are now one year old! This time last year we were still in the hospital, both of us still recovering from your unexpectedly early arrival into the world.  You were constantly cuddled close to me, … Continue reading

Posted in Holidays (Not Singaporean), Pictures, Pregnant Expat, Third Culture Kids, Travel, Video | 2 Comments

Asking for advice-Disneyland HK

We are going to Disney HK in 3 weeks to celebrate various birthdays (primarily E’s).  I’ve booked the birthday add ons for the room (streamers, balloons and such), the meals with characters, the birthday cake to be given at a … Continue reading

Posted in Hong Kong, hotels/serviced apartments/resorts, Random Stuff, Tourist Destinations, Travel, Travel by Continent, Country | 4 Comments