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Late Post: At Bryant's Park  Posted on 03/24/2014
The other day, EJ said "I wish we can go back to New York." I nodded and whispered to myself, I wish that too. Which reminds me, I haven't finished writing about our trip to NYC last Christmas. Not that I have to, but I want...
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Restaurant in Phnom Penh: Yoshinoya  Posted on 03/20/2014
My favorite Japanese food chain is in town!Last Friday, EJ and I were in the airport to pick up the husband (he was in Hongkong for a conference for 4 days). I was pleasantly surprised to see Yoshinoya!I checked right away if they were...
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Afternoon High Tea at Intercon Hotel Phnom Penh  Posted on 03/05/2014
Last week, I was particularly craving for some scones. Then, from a magazine I saw an advert about a high tea at Intercon Hotel. I called to make sure there were scones in their high tea. One couldn't be sure, right? They said yes....
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Our Etihad's Busines Class Experience  Posted on 02/24/2014
On our flight back from New York to Phnom Penh, we upgraded to business class. Since we did not do any shopping at NYC, we had some extra money saved and we used it for the upgrade. Guess who was the happiest amongst us...
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And The Mouse Woke Up  Posted on 02/20/2014
When it comes to EJ's homework, I let him do his own stuff. I only check his work afterwards. Most of the time, there's nothing to correct. He's pretty good with math (makes mistakes when he rushes though) and he's...
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Empire State Building and the Views from the 86th Floor  Posted on 02/06/2014
We went to the Empire State Building on the day before Christmas. EJ was excited to see ESB because in school, they just finished reading a book that featured ESB. Naturally, he was curious.{We took the subway from our hotel to ESB}{Empire...
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Restaurants in Phnom Penh: StoneGrill  Posted on 01/28/2014
The dining scene in Phnom Penh is so diverse it's becoming hard to choose where to eat. Our family has a couple of "default" restaurants which we go to when we are not in the mood to explore new restaurants.Last Saturday, we...
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Radio City Christmas Spectacular: Magical!  Posted on 01/24/2014
When you are visiting New York during the Christmas holidays, one of the highly recommended itinerary is to watch the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Some people, I've read, have watched this show almost yearly and they have nothing...
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Back to Normal  Posted on 01/23/2014
I got my macbook back last Monday and it's working again! Thankfully there were no damages to the battery and other parts of the macbook.Things I learned:1. If you're a little clumsy like me, never work with your macbook and have...
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Spilled Coffee on my Mac  Posted on 01/15/2014
I'm so clumsy!Last Tuesday at breakfast, I accidentally spilled coffee on my macbook air. It suddenly shutdown. I wiped it dry immediately and after a while I tried to turn it on but it won't open anymore. I also tried to charge...
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  • Dinah 16 September 2012 08:16:00

    Hi, I'm an Australian Filipina. My husband and I are currently in the Philippines. We've heard good stories about Cambodia and we both feel encouraged to move there. We've lived in quite a few places around the world but still looking for that particular place where we can settle down for good or at least as a base. We're looking at Cambodia at the moment. Can I ask you for some helpful advice about what to do best towards a steady source of income. Thank you...

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