Caterer - Check!

Friday, April 24, 2015

Few weeks ago, I arranged for a food testing session at Woodlands CC with our numero uno choice for catering services. Since my parents are most concerned (and SO fussy) about this aspect of the wedding, I brought them along. We later found out that my dad is related to the bride's aunt lol what a small world!

So, we first met up with the sales manager Fariq, who briefed us about the different packages they provide and so on. After a what seems like forever Q&A session between my dad and Fariq, we entered the hall and I was in AWE............

Too pretty!

10 F* up Trends in Malay Wedding

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

This morning I came across this blog post shared by a friend on Facebook, which I thought was a pretty good read plus I agree to a certain extent to some of the points so shall share a bit of my thoughts about it!

Here, I am sharing only four out of the ten things originally mentioned (HERE) and my comment to each of them is written below.

Finding Halal Food in Itaewon

Thursday, April 16, 2015

I guess my stay in Itaewon is the most memorable as compared to Hongdae and Insadong. Firstly, the hanok that we stayed in is very cosy and so are all the guests in it. For once, we can finally see foreigners, lots of them! So we didn't feel alienated from the locals like how it was in Insadong.

Also because Itaewon holds unforgettable memories for my baby sis and I, like getting lost while looking for the Han River, me meeting Chan oppa after a year of exchanging gifts and emails, late night talks at the rooftop with other guests in the hanok and this :

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Well what actually happened was, soon after we checked into the hanok, the host left for lunch. This guy here wanted to tag along but we then realised that we're locked out of the house. I tried calling the host but to no avail so guess what we did?

No prizes for guessing correctly whose idea heheee

Most importantly, I love Itaewon because of the food oh glorious Halal food that are so easy to find!

シャウルーズ さん

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Okay before you start reading let me warn you this is a cheesy post so if you have zero tolerance for mushiness, I suggest you ignore this post and read other interesting entries like my travel diaries or smth.

Deco - Check!

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Today, just like every other weekends, I was waiting and looking forward to see any updates from my vendors. This morning while I was taking a break from my gym session, I opened up my Facebook app and the first thing I saw is a picture posted by my deco team......

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Totally knock my socks off & I was bouncing off the walls !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Guess who guess who??

Hello New Skin!

Saturday, April 4, 2015


I've been designing my own blog skin from scratch ever since I started this blog two years ago, so just thought that I should post my two works of art here, for memory's sake :p

& yes, say hello to my new skin!


Around Nami Island

Friday, April 3, 2015

I didn't put any effort in researching on how to get here before I set foot in Seoul. In fact, I only got to know about it the morning my babysis and I decided to set off to Nami. Just one of those days when I want to let my adventurous spirit loose.

We were told by our dear Korean friends that there's a shuttle service from Seoul, but just the thought of sitting for two hours bored me stiff! So we chose to take the subway from where we stayed, Itaewon. Changed a few trains before we reached Gapyeong station.

To view the whole map, click HERE.

Do you know you can eat and drink inside the trains in Korea? Neither do we! We bought our breakfast but were too scared we might get fined for eating inside the train lol. Btw that waffle is da bomb!! I had it every single day after I tried it once. Wonder if I can get them here in Singapore.

From Gapyeong station, we shared a cab with a couple from Singapore who were there for their honeymoon. You can also take a bus from here.


There are two ways you can get over to the island. Either you hop onto the ferry or you can make your way up the Namiseom Zip Wire tower and zoom down along a wire cable, like this!

Picture from: Google Images

How awesome kan!!

So of course being the daredevil me, it's totally obvious what my choice is, no?