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... around for a half hour in an attempt to muster up enough courage to eat at a local restaurant. As we were promised, some of the most culturally enlightening experiences have been taking risks and eating at local restaurants. Our rule of thumb is: "The busier the better. If the locals trust it, it's a slightly safer bet". Fortunately, Chin Chin's was a major success and left us feeling much better about future food prospects.
We were fortunate enough to have the following ...
... surprises we found more kidney beans and we all stopped eating. It was hilarious though.
We continued on our tour of Singapore to Becky's choice of destination - Raffles Hotel. She wanted to drink Singapore Slings at The Long Bar at Raffles Hotel where the drink was made famous. I was a bit sceptical as this is not usually my thing but it was brilliant! We sat down at a table and were given a big bowl of monkey nuts. Becky had said someone had told her that you could eat ...
... br> Linh (also Jenny) was our host at Sleep in Dalat Hostel in Vietnam. She was in town and we arranged to meet her and her friend Joshua (Singapore) for lunch on Arab Street on Sunday. First we found ourselves admiring the McLaren P1 outside the National Museum and all the interesting stuff inside. Three hours wasn't enough and we rushed through the audio tour from Allied liberation on. Linh was waiting for us at the exit and we never got to see the rest.
We were treated to ...
... Crab please...obligatory bibs, and get stuck in. Superlatives aside, a lot of juicy crabmeat in those huge claws.
Monday, going to be a long day, so have to pace ourselves, with some help from the hotel.
Another champion breakfast, then packing up ready for mid-day checkout. Quick stroll to Bugis Street, then back for that Curry Lunch in the Tiffin Room. This trip is fast turning into a food marathon, already struggling, and only just transiting ...
... uncle is selling food or introducing
How they do their laundry in the kampong days
How they make their food and spices from.
Hmm didn't know that under the bed is actually a children playpen