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... very safe, which made walking the waterfront at night peaceful. And even though you were near the downtown area, the city is quiet with very little noise pollution, and we most noticed the absence of honking horns - a welcomed relief on our ears. We made our way to the Grove of Super Trees, man made steel structures that are shaped like giant trees. These are massive structures, with thick trunks that slowly taper and fan out at the top like a tree forming a canopy. ...
vegetables. One order was eight pieces and only $2.80! I picked up a
coconut pancake from Granny's Pancake. The coconut was a flamboyant
orange and it was quite tasty. To drink I had the popular “Michael
Jackson,” or MJ. It is soybean milk mixed with a grass jelly
drink...a mix of black and white. So clever.
Then Daphne's dad was keen on me trying
carrot cake or chai tow kway. This was one of my favourite dishes. It
is daikon ...
... mortified that I've been using the same eye colours for about thirty years... It's into the makeup chair for me and an eye makover in purples...
And there's not a single person I'm likely to meet that will see me looking like a banshee.
An afternoon nap fuels us for the evening at Mustafa's, the crazy twenty-four hour Indian department store. It offers both fascinating shopping and authentic rooftop food. It is a great way to tire us quickly after that non-regulation ...
... a shot. Let me tell you a story. Once upon a time, there was a man named Ngiam. Ngiam had a noble profession as a friend, counsellor and confidante to many. That's right, he was a bartender. Ngiam served drinks in one of the most revered hotels in the world. It is in this capacity that he was said to have served a British officer who fancied a silk merchant's daughter and wanted a drink feminine enough ...
... with a lovely, dimly lit, incensed filled haven. I was quickly ushered to my seat and given a tea menu, of which I choose lavender, great for calming and de-stressing the mind apparently. Not that I was feeling much stress with my feet soaking in a wonderful wooden tub filled with hot water and moisturising herbs, while the expert masseuse managed to work some of the deepest, well worn knots from my tired shoulders. After 30 minutes ...