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Posted by BabyBlade on 14 July 2017 - 08:48:24 AM
Time for a Part 3.
Here's one to kickstart.
Homecooked Mee Goreng for breakfast cooked by my dearest colleague (not @kobayashigt btw)
Anyway guys when you post food pictures, could you also mention the restaurant/cafe/coffeeshop/food court that it's from? That was the intention of my original thread when I started 'What Did You Makan Today' back in 2015! As they say good food must share!
Posted by therock on 01 July 2017 - 10:24:44 AM
Greetings from the land of the never-ending sun!
Just sharing some tips, info and photos of my current trip :)
Some basic info first:
Some basic travel tips:
You can get a data only card for E7.9 or use roam planning from home.
Food tends to be expensive but not as bad as the Scandinavian countries.
The trams and buses are excellent and the people are very friendly. Most will speak some English .
The city is not too big and a cab ride from the airport takes about 20 minutes and 40 Euros. Their public transportation system is superb, with trams, trains, and the metro. Add cabs and free bicycles in your hotel, it’s fantastic. The terrain is flat and easy to move around. One thing you will notice is how clean their trains are, with no rubbish, or graffiti. In fact you hardly notice any litter, unlike Singapore where despite the proliferation of rubbish bins every ten metres, you still see litter all over.
For such a small city, you have many travel options, and there are these toilets in the metro, where you press the flush system and it will not only flush but spray water out to wash your hands. But it requires some coordination otherwise you might do the wrong thing and end up washing your hands in the water used to flush the toilets!
The trains also go out in to the region, and you buy a pass which covers the city or the regional pass, rather than a strictly by distance kind of system. Furthermore, you can get the Helsinki Card for unlimited travel and visits to the museums and other attractions. (https://www.helsinkicard.com/)
Posted by Tianmo on 19 July 2017 - 03:17:24 PM
Posted by hsl118 on 10 July 2017 - 10:32:26 AM
No longer the need to get those bank account numbers.
Several sign up promotions ongoing, from free cash to grab credits to chance to win iphone.
In the spirit of MCF, you can go full cash and put downpayment to your dealer by using his registered mobile, up to 50k.
Posted by Dleodleo on 17 July 2017 - 01:21:18 AM
More details on Singaporean's parachute death.
Young skydiver Mario Low Ke Wei was ‘adventurous’ traveller from Singapore, heartbroken sister says
THE overseas family of a man who plunged to his death in a weekend skydiving accident has asked police to investigate what went tragically wrong.
First time parachute jumper Mario Low Ke Wei, 29, from Singapore, died along with his 60-year-old instructor, Adrian Lloyd, during a 4,200m tandem skydive near Wilton, 90km northwest of Sydney on Saturday. Their bodies were found in the driveway of a property in Wilton, southwest of Sydney, a few hundred metres from the “dropzone” base of Sydney Skydivers.
Mr Low’s heartbroken sister Angeline said her he had only just arrived in Sydney and the family hoped police would find out the cause of the accident.
Posted by Tianmo on 03 July 2017 - 01:08:27 PM
Lai, since we have some requests to re-jiak the liu lian, and it has been a 2 months since our last MU, today I bring you,
" 13th July 2017 Jiak liu lian MU"
Once again, this is more of a get together bonding than a actual eat premium durian session, so I am trying to keep the cost as low as possible for everyone. I am proposing a fee of $25/pax.
As usual with any paid event from me, the venue is left private to avoid any gate crash which may upset paying members later, my apologies if anyone is offended but I seek understanding from you guys.
As usual, anyone whom like to join us, but do not want to list your name here, pls PM me and I shall take note of that and list the name down as "private" in the list.
From past experience, we found that in order for everyone to participate in the grp, a grp size of 12-14 is ideal, any bigger and some may be left attended, and since this is a paid event, we will be limiting the total number to 12.
Cut off date will be 10th July 2017, 2359hrs or 12 slots fill up, which ever is earlier, and finalize payment by 12th July 2017, 2359hrs. No collection on 13th July itself.
bro @kusje pls check if you can make it, you still have a rain check to claim.
Ai jiak liu lian pls cum in!
All are welcome, eat liu lian and talk cock.
Date: 13 July 2017
time: starting 8pm
venue: through Private arrangement.
proposed price: $25/pax
Please fill in the blanks
Posted by Carbon82 on 17 July 2017 - 05:14:13 AM
2 things I can be very sure about for this bidding exercise:
- Premium for cat C will shoot up further in view of the sharp drop in quota come Aug, which most dealers deemed as unexpected
- Revenue for the bidding exercise shall continue to stay above $210 mil, with the help of high "income" fro cat C
And good luck to those waiting for their COE (and new ride).
The details of the July 2017 second open bidding exercise for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) are as follows:
Tender opens: Monday, 17 July 2017, 12 noon
Tender closes: Wednesday, 19 July 2017, 4.00 pm
Tender results: Wednesday, 19 July 2017 (Available on the www.onemotoring.com.sg website)
The total quota available for this tender is 5,428 for the following vehicle categories:
Category A: Cars (up to 1600cc & 97kW (130bhp)) => 1,907
Category B: Cars (above 1600cc or 97kW (130bhp)) => 1,322
Category D: Motorcycles => 552
Category C: Goods Vehicles and Buses => 1,085
Category E: Open Category => 562
Posted by TangoElite on 12 July 2017 - 09:59:42 AM
New thread for the new season, as we look to build on the progress from the last campaign
New CEO Peter Moore and new signings (so far) Salah and Solanke, and we look to re-establish ourselves among the Europe's finest again
Continued from 2016/17 discussion : http://www.mycarforu...lopp/?p=5838230
You'll Never Walk Alone
Posted by Aventador on 11 July 2017 - 05:11:15 PM
Just came across this DBS ad on the internet
was impressed, very much like the touching Thai ads, and the Malaysian CNY ads
I wonder was it done by a Thai ad agency