What I dream of on rainy, hungry days

This is from a nasi padang shop Lai Chee Kien introduced me to at Pasir Panjang Food Centre. I revisited a few times subsequently, zipping down from campus with some of my research students.

After a meal, the tour of the old seawall is necessary homage, where we look for brackish water organisms and enjoy the fig trees. Then we take the MRT, gawk at “Defiance has a name” and head back to NUS.

Simple pleasures, and we must find the time for this again.

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