May 13, 2021

Singapore 2018

A lot has changed since the previous post (Costa Rica 2018): we moved to Florida at the end of October, visited The Hunters on Saint Simon Island, GA on our way down and added an new granddaughter, Evelyn, on my birthday (making 11 – grandchildren, not birthdays). In addition, we had visitors to our new home – friends whom were part of our Singapore book club, now living in Minneapolis and visiting their son at university in Florida. At the end of November, my son-in-law, Tom, had to go to Singapore to teach a seminar on film making and asked …

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Singapore (May 5 – June 30)

When we left Singapore, with Jenny and family staying behind, a return trip was in our future. We finally picked May 5. Our original plan was to leave Singapore on July 5 and fly to Paris for 2 weeks. We decided to wait until June to book the flight to Paris – good thing, since our plans were changing! Between the time we booked our flight to Singapore and actually got there, Jenny announced she quit her job and travel the world with her family! Her last day in SG was to be June 30 (a week before we were …

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Out for a Beer Tasting

We went around the corner (literally), to a restaurant named “Lee Tai Fu”. This place has a very nice selection of craft beers from around the world, especially Australia, United Kingdom and the U.S.. Tonight, Pat drank a Siren Craft Brew’s Middle Finger Discount (from the U.K.) and Ray had a Bevertown Brewery’s Gamma Ray American Pale Ale (also a U.K. brew). Ray’s was a very typical hopped-up American pale ale, while Pat’s was a very smooth pale ale. Ray liked his and Pat liked hers, but we both agreed hers was easier to drink.

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