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Clarke Quay, Singapore

Clarke Quay is my ideal place for afternoon-night getaway. You get the food, the crowd, and the ambience. You can have a relaxing walk while it’s still bright since there aren’t many people yet, sitting on the riverside, or even choose the restaurant if you want to eat later. 166 more words


Steak tacos

Were this a dating blog I would rail against women who used an extremely photoshopped image as a profile picture for a dating site. I would say that this is unethical and false advertising. 84 more words


Pork belly banh mi sandwich

While waiting for a date last Saturday, I had this sandwich at Viet Baguette near Central in Clarke Quay. At $7.50 it was more expensive than Nam Nam’s similar sandwich. 45 more words


clarke quay

he’s building a city in the crevices of his notebook today,
and he tells me he’ll add to this city’s blueprint tomorrow.
enough years of a profession and maybe it starts to… 221 more words


Week One: Singapore

This is the first Nervous Traveller post from a different country. The first country on my extravagant list of 9 – the beautiful (and not as hot as I remember) Singapore. 1,136 more words


riding the waves

Ziqi invited me to join her for her first dance photoshoot and I couldn’t be more glad that she asked me along! I was actually really apprehensive about it because I didn’t feel like I was good enough, technique-wise. 533 more words


Review: The Steakhouse @ Clarke Quay, Singapore

We decided to have a nice dinner in Dec ’14 at Clarke Quay, and settled for The Steakhouse.  It was opened since August 2007, part of the Esmirada Group of Restaurants, and turned out to be the only steak specialist in Clarke Quay specialising in prime cuts of Australian Angus Beef (though we didn’t know it when we walked in that day). 411 more words

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