- Char Siew Rice at Kim Heng Roasted Meat
- Exploring Toa Payoh Lorong 1 Hawker Centre with My Cousin: Come Daily Hokkien Mee & Uggli Muffins
- Feel So Happy Meeting with Two of My Cousins After Almost 4 Years
- Grateful for Relaxing Moments: Flat Whites & Lattes at Cosy Cafes
- Lovely to See My Cousin After More than 2 Years
- Tambuah Mas: Indonesian Food in Singapore (& A Visit to the Ophthalmologist)
- So Sinfully Good
- Extremely Satisfying: Beo Crescent Hainanese Curry Rice
- There’s a wework at Funan
- Thomson Plaza: Interesting Signs & Sights at a Retro Mall
- Chocolate Cake at the Coffeeshop
- Pink Blue Morning Sky
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Tag Archives: weather
We’ve been having quick but severe thunderstorms. I don’t mind them as long as I’m not outdoors caught in one. Even a regular umbrella won’t stop you from getting soaked waist down. You need a huge one in our showers. … Continue reading
I say supposed to be, as we don’t really have the 4 seasons in Singapore apart from the monsoon seasons. Technically we are in the northern hemisphere, but so close to the equator that our days and nights are evenly … Continue reading
Rain is most welcome. Been the hottest March. 34 degrees at Noon. Actually rain in my book is always welcome.
Braved the punishing heat in Chinatown to soak in more of the Goat Year festivities. Saw this pretty display of flowery goats in the bazaar amongst other things like vendors calling out for you to buy their candies or groundnuts. … Continue reading
The only time I experienced hail was for 5 minutes in London. It was tremendously exciting. Wish I could have been in the western part of Singapore to see the hail. I thought it was due to cloud seeding but … Continue reading
The area in front of Central looks so different when it rains. The river got so muddy but our thunderstorms always calm me.
It seems quite coincidental that it’s been raining so much this Chinese New Year and it also happens to be the year of the water snake.
The blinding glare of the sun and the heat combined to give me a splitting headache, but the abundance of light made for great photos. I was wondering how the tourists from cold climates could bear this. I must prefer … Continue reading