Sunday, May 10, 2015

Singapore through Facebook (part 2)

OK, the flight tickets for our upcoming Singapore trip at the end of next month have all been booked and I know we will have a great time especially when a very important event is going to take place during that trip (don't worry, there will be no spoilers here). In the meantime, let me share with you the second part of my Facebook pictures taken three months ago in Singapore over Chinese New Year (the other parts are here, here and here). Thank goodness I made these Facebook posts, otherwise how do we know those things really happened? In case you don't believe that I actually lost weight despite all the eating, there are enough hot gym selfies to back myself up!

 Best prawn noodle in my neighbourhood. How I miss you so!

Selfies time! There's something for everyone here. Biceps, quads and abs galore. For leg fans, stay tuned for a drool-worthy pic that I'm sure you'll have lots of fun with.

Another hawker craving crossed off the list! Yong tau foo goodness in all his glory! — at NTUC Foodfare @ AMK Hub.

Do you see anything obviously wrong in the English section of this sign?

It's like I've died and gone to heaven! — at Old Airport Road Hawker Centre.

So clear blue skies do exist in Singapore. Why haven't I noticed it for 30 years?

I know this is not carbs-free but I really miss this. The mix-and-match concept of small dishes of your choice with a no-rice option is non-existent in Australia. — at NTUC Foodfare @ AMK Hub.

A place that specialises only in gyoza. Must take boo here the next time he comes home with me. — at AMK Hub.

The view from the newest shopping mall in Singapore. This is one of the reasons why I like this tiny red dot.

They didn't build train stations like these when I was growing up! — at Stadium MRT Station.

In need of a cold pick-me-up after a topless walk at the Marina Bay Sands area taking in the sights. With such cheap data prepaid plans and a super powerful mobile charger with me, I feel absolutely invincible in this extremely well-connected country! — at Joe & Dough Gourmet Coffee & Sandwiches.

Am I going to devour all of this food that's meant for two? Hell yeah! I've travelled so far for this and there's no turning back now! — at Maxwell Food Centre.

Next stop in the festive gorging process - bubblies and calamari! — at Praelum Wine Bistro.

Been dying to have kway chap for the longest time, something that you will never see in Australian eateries. Craving sated! Now it's a day of Orchard Road shopping with mum!

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