Friends are born, not made.
Henry B. Adams
This is the second part of my friends Melai and Madz’s visit to Singapore. I brought them to Bugis Junction to let them buy some souvenirs but it ended up like a food trip. 🙂 They did bought some souvenirs for team mates in Cebu.
First stop, was actually in Chinatown. Thanks to Melai who noticed the place (it’s her first time here yet she was able to recognize a Chinatown). Since, we have not eaten our breakfast that time, we head on to the Chinatown street food to let them eat the fried rice but to my dismay they will open I guess in the afternoon.
Before we had our breakfast, I let them see some souvenirs but they didn’t like it, or I guess they want to see Bugis first. 😛
While walking in Chinatown going to the street food area. Kinda hungry here already! 😛
This is actually, should be the first in the post. As this was the second day of their visit here. 😛 But I didn’t notice this one when I tried to compose that’s why it’s here. hehehe.
This was taken by a foreigner who also asked us to take them photos. 😛 It’s kinda hot that time and thank God it was, but it got our energy drained actually but it’s ok though than going out raining. 🙂
Before they came here it was raining, and they kind of worried if it will rain once they got here, but nah! God is good. He heard their prayers. 🙂
“Friends are like bras: close to your heart and there for support.”
Personally, I love this place. That’s why I brought them here. As of this writing, I am imagining us three going here for a picnic this weekend. Sigh! I miss them. I really hope one will come with me here every time I feel like going to a picnic. My best friend perhaps or them. 🙁
After a long walk and imagination of us three having some picnic here, took ourselves a photo. 😛
Sorry M’s I have to post this (hehehehe). This photo was taken when I was out for a birthday party. They teased us (my room mate Jasmine and I) that we were the birthday party goers?! And they ended up the same as well. Hahaha. I think this was taken when they were not yet invited by some of their known friends here in Singapore. 😛
I hope you guys can comeback here, soon! 😛 It was a memorable day with the both of you, especially the rides which made us swear not to do it again. Hahahahaha!
“You meet people who forget you. You forget people you meet. But sometimes you meet those people you can’t forget. Those are your ‘friends.’”