I have to find some time to clear my study at home, between holidays, work trips and hanging out with family and friends, clearing my study has taken a back seat :p I’ll get to it soon though … it’s getting hard to see the floor :p Work’s been busy, we’ve got a couple of overseas guests coming in May and with the Cannes Film Festival around the corner, resources are scarce, that’s why my posts have been less frequent.
This is a little late but over the recent weekend, I managed convince my friends to check out the Green Room Cafe in Bishan Park 2. They pretty much enjoyed themselves and could see themselves going again.
With a new meat eating joint, Canopy and a revamped outdoor area, the Green Room Cafe looks like a really nice place to start hanging out in ‘cept it’s tough for people who don’t live in the North.
That’s why for everyone else except Zack, they needed a little bit of help with directions. Even their taxi drivers didn’t know where Bishan Park 2 is. Well, for the uninitiated, it’s an entrance into Bishan Park from Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1 (it’s between Avenue 8 and 6). If you see the sign for Amsara Spa, you have the right entrance.
After a healthy yet hearty dinner, we proceeded into town for drinks. We were planning for good ‘ole E5 but we couldn’t get a seat outside so we headed to Que Pasa.
Not sure whether it’s leftover jet lag or just the fact that I woke up early but I was real sleepy. Maybe it was the camomile tea I had, which strangely came in a teapot with no top. They had to improvise with a coaster. I wasn’t sure about the hygiene factor of doing that but like I said I was sleepy already :p
Well, with one of us living in Jakarta and the rest of us with different work travel schedule, it’s tough to get all 5 of us together. So I enjoyed just chilling and listening to my friends chit-chatting … good times 🙂
P/S: Happy Labour Day everyone!!! I should be cleaning my study but I’m not :p The ills of procrastination.