We had to wake up early to catch a flight. We took bus straight from our hotel to Victoria metro station to take airport express to London Gatwick airport. Cab is very expensive in London so if you would want to save on cab fare, there is airport express to various airport to catch at… Continue reading Spain: Barcelona, Europe 2015(Part Three)
We took a train from Paris over to London so we had to alight at Gurd de Nord. Before we run for the train, we had a little bit of time to play the piano placed at the train station! What’s the chances of playing piano publicly in Europe?! The train to London was a… Continue reading London, Europe 2015(Part Two)
Off I go for my birthday trip to Europe! Took a red eye flight at 11.55pm on Thursday and reach Paris at 10.30am on Friday, I love how we cheat on time every time we flew to the other side of the world. We paid Eur10 each to take the airport transfer train all the… Continue reading Paris, Europe 2015(Part One)
The last dress me up post before I fly to Europe for my birthday trip! I’m feeling a little homesick now and this is the ironic part. I love to travel & see the world but I’ll feel so home sick. Le sigh, first world county’s dilemma!
Finally had the chance to try The Boiler. They have limited choice of seafood options: Crab, Boston Lobster, Prawn, Clams & Mussels. The crab was expensive at $85 per crab, ended up we got the Boston Lobster which was at a discounted price of $49.90. Boston Lobster with the Chilli sauce tasted a little weird,… Continue reading The Boiler
Located at a corner of Blair Road, I’ve passed by this place a lot of times but only managed to try it only today. The Foie Gras fried rice is a signature dish of this place & I don’t see this in any menu elsewhere. The eel & Foie gras sushi roll was delicious as… Continue reading Chotto Matte