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Cindy Leow
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A coffee snob.
A coffee snob.

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Dreams of lighted days
It was hard to describe. Rock bottom, full of pests. When my mind went on a journey with my hands steer-free, I ended up somewhere I belonged, only sooner. They kept writing. Story of astonishment and venom twisting. No one said it's going to be easy. It fe...
Dreams of lighted days
Dreams of lighted days
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December's Lullaby
Just a couple of hours back, I was searching for a short getaway. A day of hiking, an afternoon at the kitchen, cycling around the heritage sites in town, -- pretty much getting away from work. I finally know why the song 'Everybody wants to be a cat' exist...
December's Lullaby
December's Lullaby
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1 year of Cindy Leow : The Other Side of the Bed
If it weren't for checking my tabletop calendar for upcoming occasions, I wouldn't have the slightest recollection that this blog is now one-year old. And absolutely have no idea how did my affirmed myself then that starting a blog would be the way to impro...
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Russia Diary x Yekaterinburg : Chasing border
Of course chasing border is just the tip of the iceberg, but that's always fun to talk about. But before that, let’s rewind a little bit to the day before I reached Yekaterinburg. Remember I was on the 55 hours train journey? Well, 55 hours is A LOT to do s...
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Russia Diary x Irkurtsk : Taltsy Cheers
Have you experienced baffling instincts when you are leaving a place, and you somehow know that you’ll be back there again one day? That was exactly how I felt that morning when I packed for Yekaterinburg. Close to 11.00am, Ivan came to fetch us from Nikola...
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Russia Diary x Irkurtsk : Lake Baikal & Arshan Excursion
In many odd ways, Irkutsk reminded me of Kampar -- a little town where I studied my degree for two years. There wasn’t much going on there. No malls, no theatre, parks whatsoever. But it’s a pretty decent place to live in if you ask me.  So instead of walki...
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Russia Diary x Irkurtsk : Sunny Side Up
Every few hours on the train, I can’t help but wonder what Russia is like. This could easily be the first time I’m experiencing travel-paralysis where I’m intimidated and nervous on what’s coming for me. Thankfully I met a couple of people that drained all ...
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Mongolia Diary x Ulan Bator : A nomadic affair
Finally, my laptop is back in the game after it gave away false alarm the past 3 days. But I’m lucky I get to share this once-in-a-lifetime love affair of nomadic living at the Ger Camp. Located at the Terelj National Park , Ger makes a decent accommodation...
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Mongolia Diary x Ulan Bator : Chuggin' down the track
Before this trip began, my relatives were all worried mainly on the train rides. Why? They’ve read quite an impressive amount of reviews, mostly average to poor ratings. I was with them until one day I couldn’t read any more links that were emailed to me, a...
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China Diary x Beijing : Part 2
If I were to share with new travellers a piece of golden advice, it will have to be eating up a good, proper breakfast. It doesn’t matter how much or little you are going to do. You need the energy and you need it for good.  As for me, breakfast is my bigge...
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