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Neurotic Health-care Professional who enjoys sleeping, running, reading, introspecting, pole art and exploring new things and sometimes, places!
Tag Archives: on my own
The weather was bad. The lightnings that occasionally appeared upon the dark sky while we were taking off send shivers to my spine. Will I say goodbye on my birthday? Fortunately, I didn’t. Anyway, flight was a little over three … Continue reading
My 11-year old patient just said “Dark is better. Corners are more peaceful” After, he, all of a sudden switched off the light in my room and hid himself behind the door of my sound-proofed booth. He ,sometimes, surprises me … Continue reading
As in my previous post, I had an accident that injured my fingers and this caused me to take medical leave for three days, as the doctor from the A&E suggested. I limited my physical activities just to walking and … Continue reading
Planning to do something different every weekend. Ive recently realized that since I AM HERE…IVE BEEN HERE FOR A LONG TIME…MIGHT AS WELL EMBRACE SINGAPORE! I’ll explore it every chance I’ve got! I’ll love and learn more about it! My … Continue reading
I just felt bored. I needed to go somewhere hence, I made a decision to go Botanic Gardens!
I wanted to visit another UNESCO world heritage site, Thailand’s Old Capital, Ayutthaya. It was said that in 1991, UNESCO by the World Heritage Committee designated Ayutthaya and associated historic towns as a world heritage site. It’s 1.5-2hrs away from … Continue reading
Challenge: Visit the 9 Most Sacred Temples in Bangkok, Thailand in one day (http://www.mybuddha108.com/article_and_tips/9wats_visit.html) I had to check out of Bangkok Living and move to the accommodation I booked for my extra nights, Mansion Sarasinee @Chatuchak. (http://mansionsarasinee.com/) . It was … Continue reading