2019 has been a helluva journey. We won some, we lost some, but we made it through. Together. With friends and family. Running through 65 photos summing up our year. For once, I cannot wait to bid this year goodbye and for the new year to begin. Or decade as many have been reminding me. … Continue reading Saying Goodbye to 2019.
So this was our much-anticipated dinner - Sühring. We arrived promptly at 7pm to a gorgeous glass house set amidst luscious greenery. It was like something out of a fairytale. Soft light, a gentle buzz of activity, and a warmth the exuded from its sleek, homely interior. If you look to the left of the … Continue reading Sühring, Bangkok.
It was nice starting the weekend with the boys. We began with breakfast at the main floor of our hotel where there was a big spread of food from various cuisines. We tried to eat enough to tide us through to our big dinner but after our mandatory massage, we whisked ourselves off to Hand … Continue reading Eat, Drink, Bangkok.
As much as Florian and I aren't into cafe hopping, I have to admit that we've been doing our fair share of it the last few weeks. This past weekend, we decided to brunch at The Populus before going house hunting. We've heard good things about this place but the long queues it draws on … Continue reading The Populus Coffee and Food Co., Neil Road.
Last weekend, we gathered around the table yet again for another cook-in dinner with friends. Last month, we had Dad's braised pork belly and Mum's chap chye. This time, we settled on Beef Stew and Focaccia. Since there was going to be 10 of us, Dad and I decided to split the work and each … Continue reading Recipe: Beef Stew
Seeking the Rainbow has been taking up most of my time of late, but I realise how important as well it is to make time for family. The second half of last week was well spent, and Florian and I bid goodbye to the weekend spoiling ourselves. In fact, just being with family has spoilt … Continue reading Spoiling Ourselves.
I met with Lesley on Sunday for what was supposed to be brunch. Currently living where we are, I couldn't for the life of me get a taxi or a Grab (the Singapore Uber), because we live too far out. Moreover, the price of a Grabcar to get me into town was $30 and I … Continue reading Beauty in Destruction