Sunday, October 26, 2008

Sunday Brunch

we took our 2 Little Ones to this little restaurant for Sunday Brunch while our older kids went for an outing to the Singapore Zoo with their Teachers and Friends from Darul Arqam.

our food will be served on this banana leaf

i had my fave, Masala Thosai :)

lots and lots of Yummy Potatoes wrapped within!

all the different spiced sauces and gravy

this is what's left from my banana leaf..hehe

can't miss having my Teh Tarik ;)

after brunch, we went for a little walk around Little India.
Little India is, as the name promises, the center for the large Indian community in Singapore.
While a rather sanitized version of the
real thing, Little India retains its distinct identity without degenerating into a mere tourist attraction and is one of the most colorful and attractive places to visit in Singapore.

Beautiful decorations for Deepavali

asked her to Smile for me :D she's selling some lovely trinkets.

freshly made Chappati

after a long walk, we stopped for Coconut Juice

i bought a pack of Henna and we did some Henna tattooing on ourselves :)
so how's my tattooing skills??? hehehe...

our Sunday was great! Little India was very busy with people shopping and having makan with selections of North Indian food and many others! very colourful and you can find really less expensive things over there ;) it may be crowded especially during weekends with many of our Indian friends congregating there. getting our Little Kids used to crowds and eating different kinds of food is a great experience for them. so if we go on a trip, we won't have fussy travellers ;)

and talk about travelling, Ron leaves for Bhutan on Monday.
Bhutan is a country nestled in the Eastern Himalayas. The country has been visited by a great many saints, mystics, scholars and pilgrims over the centuries who not only came for their personal elucidation, but blessed the land and it's people with an invaluable spiritual and cultural legacy that has shaped every facet of Bhutanese lives. Visitors and guests to the country will be surprised that the culture and traditional lifestyle is still richly intact and at the degree to which it permeates all strands of modern day secular life.

it's cold there and he's looking forward to the trip! but not so much the weather... wish i could join him liked i said before but he's already made plans for me to hop on a plane and meet him halfway soon! woohoo...i can't wait :D

hope you are well and Thanks for coming by and leaving Sweet Little Notes :) Wishing you a Fabulous Sunday and have a GReat Week ahead! it's the last few days of October and can you believe that November will be with us soon??? i am definitely looking forward to celebrating in November ;)

to my Indian Friends and those celebrating,
Have a Happy Deepavali!!!


Karen L said...

Looks like you have had a wonderful Sunday Edleen - always nice to get out and about. Love all your photos documenting your day too. That Coconut juice looks really interesting - do they serve it cold.

Cathy said...

The Chappati looks so yummy!! I love Indian food. Add that to the long list of "must do's with Cathy" when she comes to visit!!

Vivs said...

Goodness!! I am actually droooping on that masala thosai filled with potatoes!! looks real tasty! was it Ed? heheh.. And your lovely babies were really enjoying themselves.. absolutely adorable!

Je@net said...

Wow, looks like a great weekend girl!
Have a nice week!

M@risk@ said...

Reading your Sunday story you must have had a beautiful day. Love the tattoo's. Your ribbon storage is such a great idea. TFS Have a good week.

Coochies & All said...

Did I mention I love reading your posts? No? OK - I love checking out your blog Edleen!! So much eye-candy and intersting stuff - great work!
I've just tagged you on my blog - hope you can play along, but if you can't find the time, it's totally fine with me. Thanks!
And thank you so much for always leaving such heartwarming messages for me - never fails to cheer me up - thanks so much! :)
elaine t

jazsutra said...

great outings eyeing at the teh tarik!gee! hope all is well wif you supermom while ron is away.when wanna scrap again??-jaz

croppin carla said...

Always FOOD to look forward to when I come to your blog and you make my mouth water and like you guys had a great time.

eMeLiNe said...

Some nice shots there Ed !! good week ahead ! :)

Cheryl Wray said...

That food looks FABULOUS!!!!!!! And, mmm...coconut juice.I had it once in the Caribbean and it was yummy.

Ron's trip sounds wonderful.

Natália Almeida Rosin said...

wow! looks you had a lot of fun on sunday! That lunch looks terrific... yummy...

Tania said...

Oh that food looks scrumpcious (I have NO idea how to spell that, lol) That sounds like a really neat place to visit. Hope you have fun. :)
OH, and don't forget that return address ;)
Have a lovely Wednesday

PS love the Henna:)