Thanksgiving in the Tropics

Well we thought that we would miss Thanksgiving this year.  We believed that a holiday that is usually packed with family and a feast on the table that would just pass us by. However, we ended up having a lovely Thanksgiving dinner with some of our Singapore family members. 🙂 After working all day, cousin Katelyn and her roomies at the Sail condo invited us over to have a lovely dinner with an amazing view.

We had chicken, sweet potato fries, squash, salad and pasta – it was a real feast and we loved every single bite of it. It made for a fantastic Thanksgiving in the Tropics. Thank you Katelyn and the ladies of the Sail! 🙂

Yesterday was a pretty easy day for G & P. They spent the day with Kelso – had a leisurely lunch, a little wander around the shops on Orchard Road. We then met up after I was finished work (yes I had to work on the first Saturday of our holidays! boo!). We sat and watched Kelso’s soccer game together and then headed home to get ready for Thanksgiving Dinner.

Today, we all got up and started to get ready for our departure to Cambodia in a few hours. The real holiday begins today (well for me at least!) I am really looking forward to heading back to Siem Reap. It has been a few years since I was last there and I haven’t gone around to see the temples in 9 years, so it should be very interesting to go back and see them again.

And, we’re off! Next Stop Cambodia!



About K.O.

I am a middle school Drama specialist and boxing enthusiast. I love to spend time with friends and family in Singapore and Canada, travelling, watching movies and then writing about my experiences here.

Posted on October 13, 2013, in Singapore. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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