We have arrived! To our final destination on the years Tour de Asia – Singapore. Its also our last week of travel. I can count the days that are left with one hand, and tell people back at home – see you next week at work. It’s always nice to go back, but this time I don’t really know what I am going back to. Big changes at work, long story, wont go into it. We have also been sick for a whole week, the whole family (thus no post last Wednesday). So I have very little wine news to report. But I have had a chance to take a few pictures, and the coming (final) days of our trip will be epic. But since I haven’t been anywhere yet, I thought I would remind you of a few of my Singapore favorites. Cool to see that these places are still up and running, as many cafes and bars seem to have a fairly short lifespan. Continue reading “Wineweek 167: Landing in Singapore”
I plead guilty to being a creature of habit. I like new places, but I tend to be drawn to the places I know. This year, we returned to Sigapore with some ambitious wine and dine plans, but ended up hanging around our old neighborhoods, like 28 Hong Kong Street, Esquina and the New Black. We were very close to returning also to Burnt Ends, regardless of the Singaporean service. We did try out some new places as well. And I am glad we did as many of them were fantastic. Here is a few recommendation from this years tour.