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Everyday Asia – feast or famine?

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Yes Everyday Asia… you have been sorely neglected!

Yes there are a bunch of partly written blog posts sitting in your draft folder…

Yes your phone is full to bursting with photos from various adventures…

Yes you were busy busy busy!

So… if you can’t write juicy little separate posts, just do a quick round-up… yes?

Here goes!


Chasing the money honey! (Diwali celebration)

On the professional side:

  • Meetings marathons in Mumbai to drum up business…
  • Plus a project deliverable from my Kolkata trip
  • Ducked into Delhi and Gurgaon for more meetings…
  • Company set-up for India continues…. replete with hoops, jumps and complications
  • Annual filings for Singapore and planning for my trip there 1st week Dec!
  • And planning another trip back to Delhi for mid-Dec…

And if you were wondering… continued adventures with the Indian provident fund folks!

  • Rather than fix the date of birth error, had further paperwork requests including digging up documents from 2009!
Lilette, Denzil & Saif at the Prithvi Festival opening

Lilette, Denzil & Saif at 2015 Prithvi Festival

On the sociable side:

Last but not least, a couple of feasts with tables groaning beneath the weight of fabulous food! Permit me to leave you salivating for more details…

East Indian feast!

East Indian feast!



  1. BerLinda says:

    Ha, you tease, you 😉

  2. freebutfun says:

    Yep, it worked: salivating. 😉

  3. Oh man… my head is whirling and my stomach rumbling!

  4. It’s been a while! Love the header art and looking forward to more reads!

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