I’ve been watching The Great Doctor, or Faith as some channels would call it.
It’s a different time travelling Doctor. YES. THIS IS A Korean drama historical time travelling series with a doctor. Her companion would be a warrior, a commander of the Yuldachi, the army that helps protect the king.
ANYWAY, LISTEN TO THE OST.
Carry on, carry onnnnn…
Time travel, romance, actual doctor thingies in which patients are treated.
Continue reading Carry On
It started at Raffles Hotel. Well, the group was to meet up with the I Heart Museums people at the bus stop nearby first! The crew and I were to go on a Journey Through Time – A Fantasy Tour by the National Heritage Board. FYI, the next trip is on March 12 and 13! For those interested in it, you can find out more and email/call them here. Make sure you call or email them before 7th March for it!
OK, the intro to this whole thing, I saw the tour tickets being a prize on Yesterday.sg and then looked at the actual website for this tour and went all, “Heck it. I don’t want to have a chance to win tickets, I so totally want to be on this!”.
Thus the crew signed up for it too because the summary was this:
Join characters Julia and Meng, magically transported from 1914, as they visit our iconic National Monuments and give first-hand accounts of olden day Singapore. The tour, which takes participants to Raffles Hotel, St. Andrewâ€™s Cathedral and the Armenian Church, will focus on the contributions of the Armenian community in Singapore as well as other prominent historical figures. Additional tours will be held on 12 and 13 March as part of Illuminate 175, a special event celebrating the 175th anniversary of the Armenian Church, the oldest church in Singapore. Suitable for children 10 years and above.
Oh heck yes.
Continue reading From the past to the future!
The last day of Romance week! Unfortunately for you this will be a mostly text post but no matter, I’ll try to make this short.
Continue reading Shake and bake!
Day 4 of Romance Week and well, tomorrow should be the last day. Since yesterday was survival tips for the ladies, this post is for the guys!
I’m sure some of you might be wondering what on earth does my book collection consist of by now. (That’s Absolute Boyfriend by Yuu Watase.)
Continue reading The Perfect Guy
Day 3 of Romance Week and I don’t know if it should be in for the weekends or just until Friday, we’ll see!
In the world of romance, time travel is more of a normal occurrence than in science fiction. Seriously, if the person you are destined with is not in your current time line then obviously they’re in the past or the future!
Usually the past though.
Just cause then frilly dresses and kilts or horses are then involved.
Continue reading The Science of Time Travel (and surviving it)
It’s day 2 of Romance Week and if you haven’t noticed, I’m not doing the modern romance books but more of the historical/fantasy ones with people groping each other on the cover.
These books are sponsored by Arrch by the way. Yess.
Today we’ll learn some of the types of men in these books.
In romances, the lead hero is usually a pirate/ viking/ barbarian/ Scottish rogue/ baron/ chieftain/ utterly hot thing.
Continue reading Pirates, vikings and barbarians! Oh my!
Well helloooooo there! It’s Romance Week here at Seriously Sarah. I’m going to kick start with a kind of romance book you probably had never seen before!
The ILLUSTRATED romance book!
This is Passion’s Blood by Cherif Fortin and Lynn Sanders.
Continue reading Romance week starts with Passion’s Blood!