Anyway, I decided this trip to stay at a cosy boutique hotel called Hotel Porcelain (which really does make me think of a toilet, but never mind). It was relatively cheap, and located smack-dab in the centre of Chinatown (Nick surrounded by more Asians?!! Say it ain't so!), and the room was really rather tiny, but it was very, very comfortable and very pleasant. Plus, it had free high-speed wifi, so that's something else, eh?? Heh. Check out my little tour of the room in the video below (or rather, my tour of the little room!):
For those who can't view the vid, here are some pics for thy convenience. I mentioned in the video that there was a window behind the white curtain... but as I later discovered, there wasn't! Oy! Four walls! Nicely done, though. It sure fooled me!
Bed and deceptive white curtain against the wall
And oh, the little kinky-looking showerhead turned out to not be the only shower in the little bathroom. As I eventually realised, there was a nice broad showerhead literally above-head:
Here's me cam-whoring in front of the fancy-ass lighted mirror in the bathroom:
And here's me realising that there's a cool effect when I stare at the mirror. Check it out: I didn't Photoshop the reflection in my eyes, heh:
The rest of the trip involved catching up with Little Jo, her sister Ju and littler Kai; going for dinner at a Ramen place in Holland Village and me getting acquainted a church/theatre friend of theirs; as well as going for dessert at this place (I had coffee and vanilla ice-cream with caramel fudge and Tim Tams! Mmmm!):
Ironically, I was not in Aussieland at this time!
Here's me, Little Jo, Ju and Kai:
Turns out that little Kai's quite the sculptor! Here are some of his handiwork, made out of Blu-Tac. Quite impressive!!!
Take a closer look...
Artist at work.
Anyhoo, so that was last night (Saturday). And today, Sunday, I had a slightly tummy-unsettling lunch before hopping on an Aeroline bus in Harbourfront to tailgate it back to glum ol' Malaysia. Ah well!!
Wish I could go into greater detail as to what else I got up to in Singypoo, but that'll have to wait... but thankfully not for too long, heheh! Till next time, I leave you with this pic at Vivocity shopping centre. It's almost that time of year, folks!! ;))