Sunday, 28 December 2014

Singapore - Part 8

We've played table tennis (aka ping pong) quite a few times already. Our first time playing, Cousin 3 generously offered to teach us how to play. He showed us exactly what we had to do, what the rules are, correcting us if we did something wrong, etc. For an 8 year old, he's exceptionally good at teaching. Seriously! At the end of the game he commented on Tiger Lily's playing. "I think I'm going to have to bring a helmet with me next time. She makes the ball fly around like a space ship!" :P

Then we hung out and I snapped pictures.
Chek Kong and Toblerone
After dinner, the adults cracked open a few durians. In my opinion, durians are the smelliest fruits in the world!

The inside is thick and creamy and yellow. 

Toblerone seemed to like it a lot though. I don't know how he could eat that stuff. :)

And the adults liked it too. They were all sitting in the kitchen chewing on durian and letting the . . . uh . . aroma. . . seep into the living room and letting everyone else (who didn't like durian) smell it.

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