FS sayan ubud bali

This is a long overdue post from our March holidays and birthday gift to ourselves we stayed at the Four Seasons Sayan in Ubud – which as been on my bucket list for the last… 16 years? I have the first edition of the 1000 places to see before you die that I remember purchasing at […]

DIY MANNEQUIN

Since I started sewing classes, my subconscious draws me too things in the craft – seams, pockets, collars, zips, sewing machine parts and then…inspired by a Pinterest post, we decided to work on a DIY your own body shape mannequin – an idea of my sewing classmate! We did this in about two hours this Saturday […]

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I had a great time with this class on Still Life Photography and actually learnt quite a few tips and tricks, and so grateful for the Tych plugin in photoshop that made collages so much easier since I am still a complete novice and it takes forever to get work done on photoshop and Lightroom […]

Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore,
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The Macau Taipa library still has no system of filing their books Charles Dickens alongside Slyvia Plath and Dickens… it’s neither time, genre or author based (like most libraries around the world it is filed with a system in alphabetical order of the author’s last name). I picked up the book by chance and based it […]

red market halal butcher (6 of 7)

  I wondered for sometime where people who don’t eat pork shop for groceries given that Macau and it’s Portuguese culinary heritage is very heavy on pork. In fact, it is the backbone of Chinese cuisine from stocks to braises and confectionery, then there is the variety of Portuguese chorizos. On my weekly trips to […]

marriedtoachef

I’ve shifted gears the last couple of weeks, put in a fair amount of time into doing more of what I love and learning lots of new skills from figuring out coding to fix bugs on this blog to sewing and finally baking a kick ass pizza and flourless chocolate cake that the Michelin starred […]

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