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Was invited by OMY to the Royal Caribbean cruise preview tour of the Legend of The Seas.

Outfit of the day: Deep blue v neck dress with puff sleeves from TheBlogShop and heels from U.R.S. Someone commented it's Gagaish sleeves!

Have any of you guys been on a cruise before? I went on one earlier part of this year with my mum and it was fab!

Basically you can do everything you want there. You watch movies, musicals, shows, listen to live bands, go to the gym, have a good massage and basically eat till your heart's content there!

2 of my favourite things to do! Watch movies/magic shows and to visit the casino. As most of you guys may know, I love playing poker and I used to play it weekly! Was kinda bummed that the casino was closed! 🙁

If you are not the casino loving kind, here are other activities you can  consider! You could check out their entertainment rooms, they have an arcade room where you can whip out your inner rockstar, there's a karaoke room where you can belt out a few songs and then shake your booty to the music, you could also listen to the live band. You could also chill out at the pools with a nice cocktail. If you're not the tanning sort, fret not, there is an indoor tanning pool. Pssst. Did I mention that there's a jacuzzi? Woo hoo!

For me, I love chilling out and listening to live bands. Sing along to the music and enjoy great company with friends. What's your favourite way to chill out?

For those who prefer pampering their body, they can choose to work out at the gym or go for a spa session. Or well, why not do both?

There's more activities on board! For everyone of all ages!

Let's take a look at the rooms now!

Royal Caribbean offers a variety of room for all needs. We start from the basic, the interior stateroom which offers a selection of either twin beds or a double bed.

We were then shown the Royal Family Suite which is perfect for families (thus the name!). Owner's Suite had a great view of the sea while the The Royal Suite was the cream de la creme. There was a freaking huge bathroom (which had an awesome bathtub), a walk in wardrobe, a piano, a mini bar, living room area and the huge bed! Beautiful! Wonder if I'll ever have the chance to stay in The Royal Suite.

While we were walking to the dining area, we saw this room that stood out from the rest. The room was decorated for a birthday! I thought that it was a really nice touch! Very sweet of them.

We were shown two dining areas.

The first was the buffet area.

A good selection of food! Was really hungry when we walking through the restaurant.

We were then ushered to Romeo and Juliet.

From left: Me, Jacelyn, Sabrina, Feliza, Pris and Clara.

Romeo and Juliet is a fine dining restaurant where you will enjoy a dedicated server. It's fab because he/she will remember your dining preferences and you'll really enjoy yourself. E.g. I only take green tea, he/she will remember to offer me green tea instead of asking "Coffee or Tea etc". It's something small or maybe even trivial to you, but I really think it's a nice touch to it.

I really enjoyed the half day tour. Thanks Royal Caribbean for the opportunity!


My first "Cheap thrills" piece!

I decided to start writing about my cheap thrills because friends were bemoaning about how expensive items are getting. While as much as I love having quality items, I'm more of a quantity person!

Which explains why I always spend very little for each item e.g. clothes, accessories etc. Only once in a blue moon, I would splurge on an item.

So whenever I find something which is cheap (to me), I'll share them!

My first item isn't a clothing item! Wahahahaha! It's a magazine!

If you've visited Kinokuniya, you would have seen thousands (ok, not thousands, i'm exaggerating!) of Japanese magazines with lovely freebies. They always come with some beautiful bag, umbrellas, pouches or makeup!

I first found out about Steady Magazine from Evonnz when she tweeted about it.

It comes with a lovely Agnes B bag and bag hook!

Needless to say, I trotted over to Kinokuniya and bought a copy of Steady Magazine, December Issue at $17.50.

Unboxing pictures.

The bag hook is so pretty!

I thought the bag would have been bigger but it's a cute size. Perhaps to dapao lunch to work? :p

I think for $17.50 for a nice bag, a bag hook and a magazine is quite worth it! Bag hooks are usually more than 10 bucks? If you don't like it, pack it up for a gift!

For those who were wondering, Steady Magazine has lots of pictures of clothings, makeup, etc

I spy sister brand Ettusais!

And here's my cheap thrill for the day! What's yours? If you have any, please share them with me!


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As mentioned in the previous post, we girls now plan for surprise outing. And after my turn was Jacelyn's aka Daintyflair!

She brought us to...

Nanjya Monjya!

It's basically a teppanyaki place but what makes this place so special is that they will cook it for you. Or well, you can cook it yourself if you like!

Some of the dishes that we tried... Truth to be told, I can't remember the names but I remembered that I liked everything aside from the tofu!

We shared those dishes and surprisingly the bill was only $20/pax. Pretty affordable!

Really enjoyed myself but felt we didn't order enough. Ching Chong Boy and I will be going back soon. Really shiokadoos! Just take note that you'll smell a bit after going there. Teppanyaki mah. :p

Some pics with the girls!

It was supposed to be a maxi outing but Jacelyn forgot!

The sweet couple!

nadnut’s rating on ambience, food, service and value for money:

If you’ll like to check out the place, here are the details:

Nanjya Monjya
Waterfront Plaza #01-03/05,
390A Havelock Road
Singapore 169664
(t) 6738 7177