My lovely wife had our helper queue up to get me some Krispy Kreme original glazed, the best doughnuts in the world! PS I did have to pay for them they were not free!
The PM came down to our local park for a community garden party, so we thought we'd go along to say hi. We'd seen the advertising that MP Lee would be coming down to the canal park (check out my parks of Singapore post about the name) but we really didn't know what to expect.... Continue Reading →
As you will be aware next Tuesday is a public holiday in Singapore for Hari Raya Haji but you might not be aware what it is all about. I sat down with a friend to have a chat about what this day means to him and how he'll be celebrating. Hari Raya Haji is the Malaysian and Indonesian name for Eid al-Adha or the Festival of... Continue Reading →
My first contribution to someone else's blog. From the response I might start a reflexology walks photo collection, some of them have more intricate designs.
Currently we are planning our end of year trip home, so this week I'll touch on tips for dealing with that long haul flight. The Airport My friend, who writes the blog Journeys of the Fabulist, has a good post about how to get through the airport with little ones. Our approach is to get there early... Continue Reading →
We are always on the look out for family friendly restaurants and the Indian Curry House was mentioned to us as such a place with its play corner. The Indian Curry House in Siglap was recommended to us by one of our friends that lives round the corner from the restaurant. That works great for... Continue Reading →
Eat Play Love is a craft cafe near Arab street serving Thai and Western food. Intrigued? We were and popped down there at the weekend with the little ones. Where is it? Getting there's fairly easy, jump on the green line and get off at either Lavender or Bugis. Yup you have spotted it, there... Continue Reading →
This week I touch on the less obvious things about living in a house in Singapore. Maids We have just got a new live in maid after a year long break. There are the obvious things like making sure you have the maids' room kitted out. What you forget is that you need an extra 20% clothes storage... Continue Reading →
Peter & Blue's Birthday Party is the latest installment in the Peter & Blue ballet series by the Singapore Dance Theatre and I got to take our eldest along last weekend. When you have more than one it's always good to have special treats for each of them. My eldest has recently been doing ballet... Continue Reading →