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Very Early Morning Walk~

" errr...where's everyone ??? "
Oh yeah ~still sleeping!
Guess I'm the only one still with a jet-lag!
Just too early for breakfast, so I decided
to take a walk not too far from the hotel...and
found these old colonial bungalows~
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~XOXO*
via the green & lush Singapore*
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-Photo ©LENORENEVERMORE

32 comments:

Dustjacket Attic said...

Oh neat photo's, thought it was funny with the breakfast one...

Just love the detail on the Kebaya in your previous, amazing.

Hope you doing great honey,
xoxo

Jan said...

Good Morning !
Green and Lush were the exact words that sprang to mind as I scrolled down.
Lovely.

Bunny, THE PARIS HOUSE said...

Oh so exotic and beautiful! Love the colonial style of the bungalows, If I close my eyes and try hard enough I can almost feel the hot humid air instead of the frigid winds we are experiencing here... I like the little awning off the side of one of the bungalows, is the color of the trim dark green or black?? I'm guessing green?? Gorgeous.
Enjoy!
kisses

Homemaker Man said...

What a lovely early morning stroll. Thank you for sharing, Lenore.

emily said...

it is so green and lush!! i love those trees!!!

Saving Capulet said...

Goodness its so beautiful!!

Yelena R. said...

Really cool! I love early morning walks :)

Yelena R. said...

p.s. Singapore seems like a beautiful place to visit!

Bathwater said...

It looks so warm. That would be nice about now!

Laura Trevey said...

so lovely... more, more, I want to see more :)

xoxo

Caroline said...

OMG...gorgeous!! Lucky girl! ;)

Iva said...

RISE AND SHINE!! ;) lol. Jet-lag can be so rough! But looks like you are making the best of it ;) These are beautiful pictures Lenore!!

S and O said...

oooh how beautiful!!!! :)
xoxo
Olivia

S and O said...

oooh how beautiful!!!! :)
xoxo
Olivia

amy @ switz~art said...

Happy early morning, sunshine! I wish I could say that I was up early, but no. Those houses are beautiful...I would love a trip to Singapore!

Be safe, girly!

Jaime said...

Pretty photos- everything is so lush and green!

caroline @ patagonia gifts said...

oh so green and beautiful! I know what you mean with VERY early ... I always wake up when everyone else is still sleeping too!
thanks for sharing, darling! xo

abigail said...

can almost smell the greenery in these photos. so lovely!

pen.ny said...

So beautiful!! All that green!

Couture Carrie said...

Gorgeous photos, darling!
Singapore is so lovely!

xoxox,
CC

stephanie said...

such lovely photos :) so serene

The Seeker said...

I'm glad you're back from your "dark-gloomy-down period".
Hope everything is great with you, my darling.

Love and blessings
xoxo

Sam said...

So lush and wonderful and just so darn exotic! Ah! I love travelling with you Lenore!! By the way - I love your new header!! XOXO's

Phoenix said...

It looks beautiful over there! Keep posting more pictures, please, so I can live vicariously through you!! ;)

A Life In Focus Photography said...

wonderful that you got up and out and find this photo op!

Shaddy said...

I'm so glad that you went for an early morning walk. Heck, you can sleep when you return home!

It must have been glorious to be out and about at that quiet time of the day.

The bungalows are awesome!

Don't forget to buy one of those pretty tops you mentioned, as if you'd forget!!!

Bask in your adventure.

LENORENEVERMORE said...

I'm glad you like it guys~
Thank you!!
xo*

Savvy Gal said...

How cool!

The Cottage Cheese said...

Oh my gosh, it is so beautiful and lush and green! You're such a sweetie for taking time to visit my blog this week, even though as usual you're jet-setting off to another amazing place. Enjoy your trip, and as always - I'm loving the pics that you share with us!

Ela said...

You poor thing being up so early :(
I hope you did get to have a lovely breakfast a lil bit later.
xo

Brandi said...

Oddly, I actually sort of like jet lag at times, especially when I'm flying from the east coast back to the west coast.
The photos you took are lovely. Please take and share some more!

Jill said...

Those trees are very cool...nothing like that here in the desert!