About Singapore Lizard

Ni hao, hello, bonjour, buongiorno, gutentag...  welcome to my blog! 

I am Canadian, originally from Edmonton, Alberta. The Singapore Lizard originated on my 10 month exchange program as an undergraduate student and Marketing intern in Asia.  It details all the adventurous places I visited, books I've read and cultural comparisons I've noticed.

After Singapore, I backpacked Australia and New Zealand solo for two months, perhaps the most enlightening experience of my life. 

From 2008 to 2012, this blog has been about life in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada - both in the corporate world, and as an entrepreneur -  and my periodic travels away from home. In September 2012, I will be off to Oxford, England to study a Masters of Applied Linguistics and will be blogging about my European educational, linguistic, ad travelling adventure.

Thanks to all of you - friends I know, and people around the world who have discovered my writing - for reading my blog. 

The Singapore Lizard has been my online journal to post notes, quotes, and pics from my travels and snippets of my life. While experts argue about the extended "life" of a blog, I'd like the Lizard to keep living! So I'll continue posts of my travels in this space. Enjoy!



As a part of my other blog, The Teaching Cove, I participate in affiliate programs, such as the Amazon.com Inc Associates Program. Occasionally, if I talk about a product I love on this site, I will include the affiliate link in my post here on the Singaporelizard.  Further details are below:

The Teaching Cove is a participant in the Amazon.com.ca, Inc. Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.ca.  The Teaching Cove is also a participant in the Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com associate/affiliate programs.
The Teaching Cove also participants in other affiliate programs. This means that if you decide to purchase something via a link originating from my website, I may receive a small commission for the product(s) you purchase, at no additional cost to you.

  • This blog is a source of income, which helps me offset the costs of maintaining this website and make an income for the free resources I provide. This means I may sell products and/or promote products other businesses sell.
  • I will only promote products I have personally used and feel will be beneficial to my readers.
  • I would never compromise this integrity to make a profit. 
  • You can trust me!  I am always happy to answer any questions you have at sapna[at]teachingcove.com or via the Contact page.

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