Personal 101: D, The Forgetful

D The Forgetful Children Personal

(Unfortunately, we have one cute, lovable Mr Forgetful right here at home and it is difficult to get angry with this guy. Image source: http://plasmanc.blogspot.com/)

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Attitude 101: A Simple Thank You Reduces Road Tension

thumbs up driving thank you

(Thumbs up as a sign of thank you instead of the middle finger is always welcomed on a stressful drive home, more so after doing a good deed instead of being a nuisance to fellow road users. Image source: Pinterest)

How many times you have said “Thank You” to someone else today, two days ago, a week ago or a month ago?… [Click to read the rest] “Attitude 101: A Simple Thank You Reduces Road Tension”

Driving Skills 101: Stupid Thunderstorm Heroes

hero thunderstorm driving skills

(Don’t be a hero during a heavy thunderstorm and remain unnoticed to other motorists by not switching on the headlights. Image source: http://carcountrycreditcruncher.wordpress.com)

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Trip to Amazing Chennai 2010: Part 4 – Glorious Shopping

chennai shopping trip saree

(The obvious clue that tells the locals that we are foreigners here in Chennai, making us an easy target for to the locals to quickly hike up fares and price)

What happens if you are in Chennai and have just enough time to do one thing, what do you do? The answer is shopping!… [Click to read the rest] “Trip to Amazing Chennai 2010: Part 4 – Glorious Shopping”

Trip to Brunei – Part 3

It is said that 97% of Brunei’s income comes from the oil & gas industry

It is therefore is not a big surprise that there seems to be a lack of tourism spots and opportunity in the city. Having said, it does not mean Brunei is not trying to promote its tourism sector, something that they will need when the oil runs out one day.… [Click to read the rest] “Trip to Brunei – Part 3”

The visit to flea market in Chatuchak

A visit to Bangkok is not complete without a trip to the famous flea market in Chatuchak. So, when we had the day off on last Sunday, our immediate plan was to go to Chatuchak. We took the taxi to Silom Road, made a short trip to Bangkok Bank’s Foreign Currency counter (opened 7 days a week) to exchange for some Thai Bahts and walked to the nearest BTS station at Sala Daeng.… [Click to read the rest] “The visit to flea market in Chatuchak”

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