The Singapore Zoo is a must-see so whenever friends and family come over to visit and ask recommendations from me about where to go, I always mention the zoo. Last month, friends came over to visit and I accompanied them for a day at the zoo. Even though it can get tiring because the Singapore Zoo is huge — it’s 26 hectares (that’s a lot of walking!) — and walking around in the heat is no picnic, I like exploring the zoo during the day. It allows for more interaction with the animals. The Night Safari is a must-do as well. My advice: If you have time, the kids are with you and everyone is fit enough to walk around, then go spend the day in the zoo. It’s worth it.
It’s my second day of purging my room of all the crap that accumulated for the past year or so. Yesterday, I started with my closets and now, on to my books, accessories, old cosmetics/toiletries, etc… I guess it’s also my version of a renewal. Tomorrow is Easter, after all.
And Easter always makes me think of summer. And summer book lists. And the beach or the pool. And warm weather (not that we don’t have that here in Singapore!). And vacations. And fun. And not doing anything…. and it’s making me homesick.
This video is making me miss home in a big way!
Cider and mussels — perfect pairing! (Taken with Instagram at SAM At 8Q)
Refreshing cider on a sunny afternoon (Taken with Instagram at Food for Thought 8QSAM)
Mango and passion fruit sorbet while walking in the summer heat (Taken with instagram)