Its that time of the year once again. A time where love fills the air in the streets. A time where couples can be seen cuddling and huddling over their candle-light dinners. A time when a man showcases his appreciation and affection and a time when ladies are showered with sweet nothings like chocolates, teddy bears, roses and what nots. Whatever it is, i just dont believe in Valentine's Day.
Anyway, dar and me went camping at East Coast Park today. This time, we tot we'd try pitching our tent at the lagoon area.
Its only a less than 3 minute walk to the lagoon, which means you dont have to worry about not having enough food. The water-skiing lagoon is directly behind us too. The music from there kinda provides us with free entertainment as well. =)
Can u see me? Ha Ha
We tot we'd have something really cheap and simple for dinner. Hence, the idea of cooking indo-mee and chunky's clam chowder in mass tins. Which certainly is a reminiscent of my sec school camping days.
Dar bought a can of chili tuna to go along with the noodles too. N a stupid roach ate my noodles. I seriously do not know where it came from but i can tell u i was pretty traumatized by it. There wasnt just one roach, there were more than 8 hiding under the ledge nearby. Dar used boiling hot water to kill them all. He even scalded a rat! Yikes.
We shared a coconut and milo dinosaur after that. Tot of having cakes for desserts at the italian restaurant, Riciotti. But lazy me didnt feel like riding out at the very last minute. Especially after having been greatly traumatized by the roaches and rodents, its not surprising to learn that i dint step foot outta the tent from then on.
We've tried BBQ'ing at ECP with our own-made pits. Now there's camping style cooking at ECP too. I wonder what's next. Perhaps a picnic at Sentosa or the Botanical Gardens with my dogs would be nice.