Saturday, January 19, 2008

Enchanted Christmas at Orchard

Christmas Day continues ...

Well, after the church service, we head for quick breakfast with Uncle David & Aunty Dinah at some market place which is quite near Orchard. Well, the breakfast is more like a brunch coz they ordered quite alot (maklumlah.... Gerald used to be vy big eater :p ) - oyster omelete, fried carrot cake & some other kuih while I qued up for soya bean milk & taufu fah (long que & this must be vy delicious, another stall pukul lalat).

After breakfast, they dropped us at Ochard so that we can walk & also meet my cousin. Apparently the road was closed to traffic on that day and why? Hmm... the answer came to use in about 30 mins when I caught the view of this ...


Some parade practise for tonight's Christmas street performance and there were quite a number of those beautifully decorated car that tells the birth story of Jesus. After I kepoh for awhile, we continued walking into Wisma Atria and there's where we bumed into my cousin. He were about to call me but Gerald saw him & call him first... what a coincidence eh....

We continue walking, stopping for drinks & light food (thanks Howe for belanja makan) and chit chat till almost evening where we parted to meet back WJ & SP for dinner at this pasta place at Marina Square. Oh.. before we go our own way, we saw this LV shop with people queing to go inside (*-*) and Robinson is filled with people grabbing stuff & the que is sooooooo long..... Gerald sure pengsan if I were to grab something from this Robinson *LOL*

By end of the day, here's what we got for ourselves -> beautiful photos courtesy of Howe for snapping for us *wink*

(credits & details here)

5 comments:

jazzmint said...

wow..got christmas parade at nite!! that's so nice lehh

Cheryl Leong said...

Yah... but we didn't watch coz busy meeting SP & WJ for hte pasta thingy at Marina Square.

bennyong said...

Admire you scrap book skills. Nice read about the trip in Singapore!

mama of 2LittleFellas said...

sounds like a very romantic Christmas for you two...a lot of "pak toh" time :)

Cheryl Leong said...

Benny : Pai seh lar on my scrapbooking skill. Still an amateur on this.

Lisa : He he, this the most romantic Christmas we ever had. Hope many more to come