I’ve lived in Singapore for years, but I don’t think I’ve ever had a proper sit-down Teochew dinner. Shame on me, I know. But places like this are good for sharing, and I don’t usually hang out in big groups. … Continue reading
No, I’m not just packing or unpacking. Or simply sitting on my butt waiting for the sky to fall. I’m trying to see where I can work next. It’s proving to be quite challenging, with few interesting jobs available. I … Continue reading
I wrote about Pasar Bella in Singapore in my previous post. That brunch I had paella from Le Patio Food Co. It was hard to resist what they had on offer because you could see them cook the dish in … Continue reading
I am back in Singapore for a few days from Europe before I head off into the sunset to Australia. I am briefly interrupting my attempt to put my Europe adventure into words by blogging about Singapore stuff, and this … Continue reading
I have managed to sort some things out since my last entry. Return flights sorted. Tour sorted. Half of my trip accommodations sorted. In between, I’ve been packing my stuff to be sent from Singapore to the Philippines.
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Final installment, Part 3 of 3.
In Tiong Bahru, one of the more popular places is Tiong Bahru Bakery, which is always full especially on weekends. If you really want croissant, the chocolate one is to die for. But it is best eaten right away before … Continue reading
The Tiong Bahru neighborhood in Singapore has earned a reputation as a hipster area. Maybe because of the cafes and specialized bakeries that have opened, one after the other. There is a local bookstore, Books Actually, if you’re looking for … Continue reading