This weekend we scored two sunny days so I decided to spend most of the sunlit hours outdoors. Saturday we took the tiddlywinks to the Dinosaurs Alive exhibit at Harbour Town. It really was a small exhibit (we were hoping for more, especially when you pay over $60 for entry). There were six huge animated dino's. that moved and roared. I think I was more excited about the whole thing then the kids! We then had a lovely late lunch-slash-dinner at Deans Cafe. A small restaurant that serves Thai, Malay and Singaporean cuisine. We ordered way too much food but it was all very authentic tasting and yum! Later in the afternoon we visited a lovely family and again I was stuffed with food! ( my cuttingdownonportion diet does NOT seem to be working!!) Alhamdulillah full and very enjoyable day!
Queen Victoria Market hosted a small Turkish bazzar on Sunday so my sister and I went down for a squiz. It was quite small with about 15 stalls of food, clothing, jewellery and other Turkish paraphernalia. I think the trip was worth it only after watching the awesome Turkish traditional folk dancers. Oh and of course so was the food!
have to say T-REX always excites everyone!
what I wore: dress from the post packages have arrived:)
satay, rice, spring rolls
so I forgot my camera on Sunday and the pic quality isnt so good on the phone, it did the job!
this man was serving some type of fruit syrup/extract from the gizmo on his back
after....this artform is called EBRU... what a beautiful name me thinks!!:) Ebru (Ebruly) means marbled and different shades of colour