Saturday, January 29, 2011
I'm saying goodbye to my mobile Samsung Omnia, the younger son upgrade his mobile by re contracting with the same telco and paid a quiet cheaply for a new phone. He passed me his previous Samsung Omnia Pro.
This Samsung Omni is now being used my elder son.
Friday, January 28, 2011
I live in a highrise apartment with a rubbish chute in the kitchen, under the sink. Most rubbish are put into bags and discarded in it, there's a bigger bin at the bottom of the block to collect all garbages, which will be cleared daily by the cleaner employed by the town council. For re-recyclable items, there's a bin at the void deck, which are collected weekly.
A bin in the park.
Bin for recyclable items .
Fountains at Lower Seletar Reservoir- a great place to chill for the kids during the hot sunny days.
Lovely Ferns that grows in abundance here.
Fire tornado in Science Center.
Food- Indian vegetarian food called Tosay. Made with rice flour, eaten with lentils curry and coconut chutney. We're lucky to be living in a multi racial society with easily access food courts from all the races, international included.
Flamingos in the Jurong Bird Park.
Sunday, January 23, 2011
Friday, January 21, 2011
I love colors in my picture, just don't quiet like black and white pictures.... so I'm showing off something in the color of black and white.
Someone hug-able in Universal Studios Singapore.
Black and white settee among the greenery up the hill facing the Labrador beach.
During an exhibition of Hewlet Packard computers in a mall, the theme was black and white,even the staffs were in the same colors.
A t-shirt being sold in Chinatown area which caught my eyes...
A beautiful small pony in the zoo.
My favorite black and white butterfly.
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Monday, January 17, 2011
A lychee is a sub tropical fruit originating in South China where the lychee is very important in their culture and is famed as "the King of Fruits".
The lychee fruit is about 1½ to 2 inches in size, oval to rounded heart shaped and the bumpy skin is red in color. Once you peel the skin off, the crisp juicy flesh of a lychee fruit is white or pinkish, translucent and glossy like the consistency of a grape, but the taste is sweeter. Lychees have a sub acid sweet taste and have a wonderful freshness to them that is hard to describe. Lychee fruit is high in the antioxidant Vitamin C and the essential mineral Potassium.