The local traditional nanyang coffee which we local called it kopi is a popular and well beloved daily consumed beverage in Singapore. This beverage has its rich culture and history in this part of the world. I am one of the local who loves kopi. I need my daily morning dose of kopi to boost my energy level. Lol.
Burj Al Arab, Dubai, does not allow tourists to enter the premises if you do not have a reservation with them. I was curious and was eager to take a look at the interior of this 7-star hotel (one and only 7-star hotel in the world) when I first visited Dubai, UAE. As I did not know the hotel has such policy, I was denied entrance. So on my second visit, I made a reservation for high tea, emailing the hotel before I set off for Dubai. The hotel will send an email reservation confirmation and to gain entry to the hotel, this copy must be brought along, to be shown to the security at the gate. From the gate to the hotel building, it is linked by a bridge. The hotel provides buggy to ferry guests from the entrance to the hotel. Alternatively, you can take a slow stroll, admiring the scenario, the beach and the Persian Gulf.
The first Belgian fries that we tried in Brussels, Belgium, was at a store near the Grand Place. It was fried till golden brown, and was piping hot and crispy. Delicious. Even my aunt enjoyed the fries very much. We decided that we needed for fries to satisfy our craving so our search for fries in Brussels began. Continue reading Hooked on Belgian Fries in Brussels
Lourdes is at southwest of France of Hautes-Pyrenees, taking a train from Paris takes about 6 hours. It’s a small town with hills as backdrop, very picturesque. In this town, Our Lady appeared to Bernadette Soubirous for 18 times and today, Lourdes has become a pilgrimage welcoming thousands of pilgrims daily from all over the world. People come to Lourdes also for the Lourdes water which has produced lots of miracle, curing lots of people from various illnesses.