I don’t know what’s up with the alliteration but I’m in a silly sort of poetic mood 😉 Think it’s coz my husband is back this Thursday. Yes, you’ve read it right, after 7 weeks, he’s finally going to find himself back home 🙂
Meanwhile, the wife that he has abandoned in Singapore keeps herself busy with her other 30something non-parent friends and an activity that isn’t quite typical of us. The truth of it is that as Resh and I turn 35 this year and we’re PLANNING for us to be the fittest we’ve ever been in our lives. So check in at the end of this year to see if we’ve succeeded.
As a start we decided to try out cycling and on a lazy Sunday evening, we found ourselves at the Pasir Ris Park. The plan – to cycle 7km to Changi Village and back 🙂 It’s been a while since I hung out in the east and I was pleasantly surprised. There’s even like a horse stable thingie you can bring kids to … so that’s the next place I might go with my parent friends with my niece and nephew 🙂 Once we got our bikes with little baskets for our little bags, we were raring to go.
We even stumbled on a field where there were numerous kites flying in the sky. It was really quite pretty … ‘cept there was nearly a slight collision between me and a flyaway kite :p
There was more stumbling as we came along a little restaurant/bar place called Lava Edge. It’s a quiet chill spot for one of those if-you-can’t-go-to-Bali-but-want-Bali moments. We made a pit stop for some drinks and at $2 for a soft drink, it’s not too bad. The food seemed interesting enough but with Changi Village around the corner, all we did was drink and then it was dinner at Changi Village 😉
There’s something about cycling in the dark … I’ve never done it before but I really enjoyed it and so we’re looking forward to the next time. So Miss Chan, if you’re reading, you should come join us too!!!