This post is way overdue and should have been posted in May but I just didn’t had the time to transfer the photos from my phone to my laptop, pardon me!
Now, let’s turn back time to the day after my 20th birthday.
Siru decided to meet me to pass me by birthday present that she got for me in Hongkong which includes my favourite nail polishes (Yes! I’m a fanatic nail polish collector!) She made a reservation at Lola’s Cafe as I wanted to go there real badly since it was highly raved on many websites and Instagram, tempted by the food, I just wanted to get a taste of it myself personally.
Ms Chen’s blur face! GOTCHA x
(She’ll probably kill me for posting this, but it’s candid anyway, like what she always say… 🙂
I just love the background of the photo because of the reflections of the lights that looks like tiny stars.
Here’s our food!
My order: Mushroom Melt ($10 nett)
Simply loved the chunky mushrooms and cheese on the toast and fresh crisp salad! Loved it! ❤
Ms Chen’s order: Farmer’s Bratwurst Roll ($8 nett)
Really wished they could be more generous with the sauce for the frank though.
And she decides to snap lots of photo of her food despite me starting to eat my food already which afterwards she complain why her food was cold! ROFL~
There’s the lemon tart for dessert. I didn’t really like lemons so I didn’t really ate that…
Overall, I think that Lola’s Cafe is worth a visit and probably I will swing by there if I am free since the cafe food are in nett prices, it’s more worth it that visiting cafes with service charge and gst exclusive and then you have the sucky service, what’s the point of paying service charge right?
Guess where we headed to next?
I’m not the kind of girl who really enjoyed visiting museum because they are really boring and dull in particular to the exhibit but since there was nothing else better to do after lunch, we decided to head there because the architecture of the Singapore Museum was beautifully British designed that reminds me of the colonial period in Singapore. Furthermore, lots of wedding couples would come by to take their photoshoots.
Just that day, we chanced upon 3 chinese couples and 1 muslim couple!
Before we went to the museum, we went to pick up Mr Froggy from Siru’s SMU locker…
Now, you shall be prepared for a long stretched of photos that Siru took for me at the Museum! She didn’t brought her DSLR to help me take those photoshoots but with her phone, some of these photos came out prettily well. Or at least I was in love with the results!
AS THE MODEL!
I took this for Ms Chen and taught her how to pose, she’s such a fast learner!
The irony of this post, I tried to imitate those brides with their bouquet of roses but instead, I had a plushy in my hands! 😉
Totally forgot to introduce my outfit of the day!
Romper from blogshop (can’t remember the weird name): $28/-
Sandals from Rubi: 2pairs for $30/-
Smiling awkwardly because it was a backyard of a bar and the waiters are there preparing for the opening.
This is just candid because Siru insisted that there’s dust on the low column and made me check my white chiffon romper!
I’ve always loved spiral staircase and this one is one of the preserved staircase and feature of this museum, really love how old this staircase is, the intriguing design of the steel stairs despite Siru claiming that this staircase was haunted.
“Smiles never fail to make one look pretty…” 😀
“Mr Froggy, could you try standing by yourself?”“Like a little girl”
I shall end this with a super duper blur photo of me with Mr Froggy! I really had a good time with Ms Chen and the photos that she took for me looked really pretty although I wouldn’t consider it to be a photoshoot session but it was just fun cracking our brains to do poses and working with the beautiful backgrounds.
What do you think of the photos?
I know some are really over-exposed, over-coloured, blablabla… 😦