Musings on Travel, Fashion & Fun


This is a little post by a fun-loving spunky gal named Juliana living in the sunny island of Singapore. She’s in love with the quirky, the artsy and anything which inspires new creations. She has a particular weakness for retail therapy, vintage finds, quirky “who-on-earth-would-wear-that” fashion and yummy-licious food.

Join her on her adventures as she lives life up with pure spunktitude!

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  1. Hi, I really like your blog, it’s so full of life and fun. Great pictures too.

    • Hello Fran, thanks so much for your kind words! It makes all the sleepless nights of cram writing and editing photos super worth it :) Your blog is pretty fun as well – I love Japanese culture and I’m planning to drop by London in Dec – will visit some of the places you mentioned! :)

  2. hey there, do u know anybody who hav the h&m martin margiela fake bow tie shirt in M?

    • Hey Lewis! Hmmm, we were too busy with the accessories and ladies’ section didn’t notice the mens :p If you are heading KL, my friend was there last weekend and said there’s still quite a bit of MMM in store..hope this helps!

  3. I’ve nominated you for a Versatile Blogger Award! See what you need to do to accept it here: http://sequinsandcherryblossom.com/versatile-blogger-award/

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  5. “who-on-earth-would-wear-that” fashion – such a fascination! Glad I stumbled across your quirky blog. Happy blogging :)

  6. Hi Juliana! Came across your blog when I was surfing wordpress and I really like how awesomely quirky your taste is and how lovely your blog looks! :) Hope to see more posts from you soon!

    a fellow singaporean

    • Hey Denyse!

      Thanks so much for visiting my humble blog, and glad you like it :) Quirky is definitely spot-on; that’s how my friends describe me.. Hope to bring you endless joy with my posts, thanks once again!

  7. Hi! was googling for Taiwan f&e and stumbled upon Ur blog! Real life saver, thumbs up! Enjoyed reading yr entries which come illustrated with pictures and clear directions!👍👍👍👍 thanks!!! And keep the entries coming Pls!!

  8. Hi Juliana,
    Thank you very much for your post for Taiwan tour, I read your article and found interesting, I am going there this coming Saturday, I have one day free day, thinking of going to Yehliu, I try to book ground arrangement from Malaysian local tour agent for a half day visit, but it is all full. I am thinking of using Mr Liu, I only have 2 people, , do you have any idea how to contact Mr Liu through email.
    By the way , how much Mr Liu charge per car per day?


    • Hi BJ! Mr Liu only communicates via mobile phone, perhaps you can give him a call when you are there? Usually if he is not available, he will be able to refer his friends.

      Mr Liu charged between 2000TWD for a point-to-point transfer to 4000TWD for a whole day.

  9. Hi! I came across your blog and am so interested to visit Florence Villa. As their website are all in Chinese, do u have any recommendation of any Taiwan company that can assist to book the hotel and pick us up from airport, etc? Pls advise. Am planning it on 19 to 24 June and hv no time to plan details. Your help is greatly appreciated ^-^

  10. Hi , really like your blog. I’ll be going to Taiwan in December ,your blog is really helpful. Thank you.

  11. Hi Juliana, I came across your blog when I googled minsu in Nantou. For booking of minsu at Shiautzu, how did you go about it? Is it only via phone call to the minsu or is there an online booking system? Would you recommend a stay at Nantou or Hualien if my time is limited? Thanks so much for your reply. Kelly

    • Hi Kelly

      I booked the minsu via email. You have to write in Chinese though, or you can call the minsu for speedier response. I have not been to Hualien. Nantou is nice if you like nature and to chill out.

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