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Check with you how you travel around in Jeju? If you go by free & easy, do you take bus, taxi or self drive in jeju?
I self drove around Jeju. They will have a GPS system in the car, so it’s very easy to get around.
Hello! I am currently planning a trip to korea and I would really like to have internet access for that week or so! I am currently using an iphone and may I ask if its possible to purchase a data plan/card so that I am able to use my 3G there on my phone without switching my autoroam on (and risk VERY hefty charges to my bill later :s). Thanks!
Hi Susan, I enjoyed reading your blogs. I live in Hong Kong & i plan to visit singapore later this month with my family of 2 young kids (7 & 5 yrs old) & was searching for water parks in singapore. I am disappointed about the temporary closure of Wild Wild Wet. Then i found out there is quite a few of public water parks in SG! I can’t decide which one to go: Sengkang, Jurong East or West, Pasir ris & even port of wonder in sentosa. my elder one definitely likes water slides (big one especially) and i like lazy river too. Which one do you recommend to go for a day? thanks!
Hi Susan, thank you so much for your sharing! It s really helpful :))
May I ask how do I get to TK restaurant from sampeng lane after shopping? Thanks again !
hi,ihave 47years ago.i segery fibrom miomektomy,3 years a go.but after oppeariation I don’t have pieod,please tell me why. thank you so much.
I am Susan also but Susan Tan. I would like to enquire. I happened to saw you posting a chinese book concerning passing motion. I am keen to buy this book. Please advice where can I buy it. Can lead me to the link again? Thank you.
I’ve replied your FB message. The book was bought some years ago at a pop up stall in Tanjong Pager and I don’t recall the name of the shop. The book is called 我会拉便便 under the 皮皮狗生活故事绘本. You can also borrow it from the library at this link http://catalogue.nlb.gov.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/FULL/EXPNOS/BIBENQ/4553694/2653497,13
Hi Susan, i read your post on bali safari & very interested to bring my family there. But we have never been to bali before & thus worried about getting lost etc.
Could you share your tour itinerary? is your tour F&E?
I love your interesting and engaging blog!
You are such a excellent traveler.
I am planning for an upcoming family trip and I am so glad I chanced upon your website!
Your itinerary seems perfect for my family. Can I request for your excellent itinerary please? My family and I I would appreciate it a lot. Hope to hear from you soon. 🙂
Thanks for dropping by and leaving a note. Not sure where you’re headed to. Are you requesting for my Taiwan itinerary?
Love ur blog on ur Taiwan trip. I’m planning for a free n easy trip w my 2 young children to Taiwan. Can u recommend any good n responsible driver ( pre booked) ?
Hi Susan, wld u recommend the cab driver u engage for Ching jin ? Between flying cow and Ching Jin, which would u recommend for young children aged 6-11?
Thanks and regards,
Our driver from Flying Cow range to Cing Jing was okay. We took turns to nap on the way there and it was a smooth journey. If you’re keen, I can send you my itinerary with the driver’s contact. Would you be keen?
I am looking for a Sofia the 1st cake for my daughter, she will be turning 2 soon,
Could u pls tell me where can I order this cake from?
Would really appreciate your help.
The two Sofia the First cakes were from Bake Avenue. You can check out their designs from their Facebook page here, https://www.facebook.com/BakeAvenue
I’ll be traveling to Taiwan with my hubby and 2 kids (aged 3 & 5). We roughly planned Flying cow ranch and Taipei city. Would you have some recommendations for places around Taipei for kids? If you have itinerary, would you mind sharing with me? =)
In Taipei, we went to Baby Boss a must if you have kids. We also went to the night markets like Rouhe and Shilin and do look out for the game stalls where the kids can win almost instant prizes. Don;’t forget Pinxi where you get to light the lanterns and send your wishes to the sky. Kids may also like the Taipei zoo and take the Maokong Gondola. Hope my itinerary gives you some idea on where you can go with your family 🙂
Hi Susan, I am planning for Taiwan free and easy. I am looking at going to various places like yilan, Hualien , miaoli. Saw your blog on Hualien and flying cow range, could you share your itinerary and cab driver contact?
Hi Susan, since your daughter was 3 year +, did you book the accommodation at the Flying Cow Ranch for 2 person only in a room or for 3 person, as meals are only provided for 2 if accommodation is book for 2 only. Thanks for your help.
I booked it for 3 pax so that it will include her breakfast. Only breakfast is included.
Hi may i ask that how did ur reach Fly Cow Farm Taiwan from Taoyuan Airport?
Hi, Im looking for your post on the part 3 about your stay at DoubleTree by Hilton.
Couldn’t find it, pls advise. thanks.
Hi Cindy, I didn’t get round to posting about it. But do let me know what you’ll like to know about the hotel 🙂
Hi can I check if your girl was previously enrolled in sunflower kiddy school in tampines st 81? Just wondering how the school was in terms of curriculum and teachers as I’m considering enrolling my kids there, thanks!
Hi Christine, my daughter was attending Sunflower at another place so I can’t advice you on that. Sorry about it.
check out the newly open bakery cafe in Jb town
they have best in town croissant and variety of european bakery.
check out their fb review for more information.
Hi, I’m Susan from Singapore. Welcome to my blog where I share stories of my juggling journey as I switch gears from a full-time working mum to a newly minted stay-home mum to my girl, Sophie.
As a juggling mum, I hope to share resources on how mums can juggle the many roles they play while living life to the fullest.
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