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Me drinking my first Coconut in Asia (the very first was in Paris some time ago i guess) but im not a fun of this drink

When the bad boys* were sleeping, the good guy** went to church, but even after he came back the bad boys were still being lazy in bed. It took quite a while for them to wake fully up. [* RJ and Mike/** Jegs]

Then we ate breakfast with Mikes room mates ( Mikey and tebe, two filipino girls - he knew whom he wanted to live with - Mr. Smarty;) . After meal we watched for a while ‘Friends’. When we got bored we left from home.
I knew that Singapore was always a city where plenty of nations, cultures and religions mixed - but i didn't expect that many filipino, or hindu people.
Little India
I was always thinking, here live mostly chinese and malayos. And so we went to visit today (after my mass - coz it's sunday) the Little India, where really all the people from India seem to stay. Food and other traditional things of indian origin seem here 'to be at home'. It's very cool and interesting that few blocks farther there is an Arab street, with the Mosque and arab food places - like small muslim place in the middle of other small places here in Singapore. We wanted enter the mosque but there was the main prayer at that time, and we were probably not wearing the decent clothes for visit there, so we gave up and watched the whole arab area around the mosque - with all the small shops and restaurants and muslim women covering their heads.
We visited aso the huge electronic mall, where RJ tryed to buy some softwere for his work/hobby (nobody knows exactly;) but the prices weren't that good as he expected so we left the mall without having bought anything.  
In the evening Mike brought us to the local food - the real malayo place where we had good meal and then we took the taxi and drove to some park - but don't blame if i forgot the name - it was not too far from Tajong Katong, where we live, in some part of town - close to the seashore... i guess. It was the bar in the park, pretty nice place, actually very cool one. We had there drinks and then tryed to get the cab back home, but we couldnt find any. All of which were passing by were already taken, so we had to call for a taxi.
mikevirgo0824 says:
Hey Winnie, we had dinner at Ponggol Nasi Lemak along Tanjong Katong Road. We then headed to Twenty Six this cool chillout place at East Coast Park near International Seafood Market and Big Splash
Posted on: Jul 12, 2009
Lonelytravelerwin says:
Alright I will check with him the next time I meet him again. Enjoy the rest of the week!
Posted on: Jul 09, 2009
jegs76 says:
yyyyy i have no idea... it was dark and we forgot the name of the place....
Posted on: Jul 09, 2009
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Me drinking my first Coconut in As…
Me drinking my first Coconut in A…
Little India
Little India
me at the corner in Little India
me at the corner in Little India
RJ drinking coconut
RJ drinking coconut
Little India market
Little India market
we playing with the cams in the el…
we playing with the cams in the e…
the mall
the mall
RJ on Arab street
RJ on Arab street
Jegs ion Arab street
Jegs ion Arab street
the minaret
the minaret
the mosque
the mosque
RJ at the mosque
RJ at the mosque
and me there too
and me there too
details for Lil
details for Lil
around Arab street
around Arab street
RJ in Arab str.
RJ in Arab str.
another view in Arab street
another view in Arab street
batmns;)
batmns;)
Punggol LRT
Punggol LRT
me and map again
me and map again
malay dish 1
malay dish 1
malay dish 2
malay dish 2
malay dish 3
malay dish 3
another meal - at the bar
another meal - at the bar
Singapore
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