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... took me to one of their favorite local spots where we dined on pork rib tea (a local delicacy), chicken feet and soy bean curds, pigs trotters, dough fritters which were for dipping in the soup, and a type of sautéed vegetable that was reminiscent of spinach, yet was not something I had seen before. I was excited to try foods that I would be less likely to try on my own, and the couple seemed surprised that I was so willing to try foods that were so different than those ...
... The show premiered in 2010 and
is quite popular, and for good reason. It is a love dance between two
10-storey animatronic cranes. Their wings are fans of water and you
can see inside their mechanical bodies via LED screens. The male and
female courted each other, then a plot twist happens that I will not
spoil. You have to watch the two videos I took. Don't worry about the
gap in the middle, it is merely the cranes mirroring each others
moves. The ending ...
For our last day with Celia we visited Chinatown to try the famous Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice. The chicken rice has become famous when Gordon Ramsey challenged these amazing chefs, he lost as he couldn't capture the true flavour of the chicken rice! After trying the chicken rice, we took a small tour of Chinatown and stopped off to try one of the most famous fruits in Asia, ...
... except alcohol ) . Just to let Riley know they make Jelly slice here but not as good as Nana's or Aunty Jean's. Weather here is perfect 32 deg outside and calm just the thing. We are making the most of our time here in the lounge as we wait for the next leg of the journey to Zurich on a 12 hour ...
... heat. The island is well set out for families to stay with Universal Studios, Aquarium and such but our aim was for the cable car up to Faber Peak. First though as it was lots of walking around to find the entry we came across the Sentosa Merlion, which you can go up in to get great 180deg views of Singapore and the amazing docklands, so many ships in bay. The we caught the Batman Cable Car up to our lunch destination. The trip was well worth ...