Breakfast in Singapore
Well, I've left Australia again! This week I am in Singapore. 2013 appears to be the year of travel. The past four years seem to be all about travel, really. But this time it's for work, for my husband's business. I've joined for the last part of his month-long Singapore jaunt, and next week we're off to Hong Kong to do some more research and visit family. This is my first visit to Singapore and I must say, I am very impressed. In contrast to the cluttered calamity of Hong Kong, Singapore is quite spacious and calm and easy. It reminds me of being in Thailand at Baan Dada - something about the thick, warm air, the buildings and the greenery. And the familiar smell of the pavement, right after an afternoon downpour. Yes.
Let's talk breakfast!
It should be all egg and/or rice and/or kaya toast and Kopi-C (coffee with evaporated milk and sugar), right? Don't worry, I did that on my first day when I played tourist and was let loose in a shopping mall. Oh boy. But today, it's granola and yoghurt. I brought Ben a stash of homemade granola - it's still pleasantly crunchy and fresh, despite being two weeks old. We ate our morning meal at home before scooting off to the office.
♥ Clumpy Cranberry Granola (with almond flakes)
♥ Natural Yoghurt
♥ Almond Milk
♥ Diced Apple