Ok so technically I’ve been back since Saturday night but JETLAG people. It is horrible, especially with little kids who still think they are on Singapore time which is a whole 15 hours ahead (i.e. it is 825 am as I’m starting to type this on a Monday and it is already 1125 pm Monday there). Last night they fell asleep around 930 (not too bad), but the 3yo was up at midnight crying, then at 2 something they were both up and laughing and talking as if they had mistaken AM for PM. But that was a whole lot better than Sunday night which is just too long and tiring to rehash. Let’s just say it was BAD.
But hello hello! I’ve missed blogging. I was updating Instagram and Litsy when I was in Singapore but there was too much to do, people to see, things to eat, bookstores to browse etc and I couldn’t be bothered to sit down and type things, excellent blogger that I am.
I am planning to write a proper post (or two) on the things I ate there. Because Singapore, tiny dot on the map, has so many good places to eat at, plus when we were there the first ever Michelin guide to Singapore came out! So stay tuned for that. Hopefully this weekend.
Meanwhile some bookish photos
Girl Through Glass – Sari Wilson
Masters of Sex
We don’t have cable here so I only watch stuff on Netflix and Amazon Video. It’s so interesting that Netflix in Singapore has different shows including Masters of Sex (which I think is on Showtime here). So I got to start on the first season and was hooked! Of course it’s not like I could spend all my time there watching Netflix so I only managed a few episodes.
Haven’t started a new audiobook. And also I finally cancelled my Scribd annual subscription which was due to renew next week. I’ll have to start looking up Overdrive’s audiobook catalogue for my next listen then! Any recommendations for great nonfiction audiobooks?
I just had breakfast. Toast and mozzarella cheese
PG Tips with milk
Im going to have to get back to you on this as I have nothing much in my fridge in terms of fresh vegetables at the moment! But I did return to a suddenly overgrown tomato plant! It’s my first time ever growing tomatoes so it was amazing to see how monstrous it has become. I may need to prune it a bit!
I will have to write up a post of all the books I read when in Singapore. When our schedules get back to regular programming. Soon I hope!