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This post is one month late (and eleven months early).
The photographs here were taken in late July, one or two days before Hari Raya Puasa, a religious festival celebrated by Malay Muslims in Singapore at the end of the fasting month.
My wife decided we should join in the festivities and so here we were at Geylang Serai. We had a fantastic dinner.
The lady who took our order.
There was a long line in front of the cashier but it’s good as I got to take quite a few photographs.
So yes, we were at the Kampong Cafe.
Finally – the front of the queue.
Yummy roti john!
Yummy spicy shrimp rolls!
I can’t figure out what she’s holding – it’s pastry…
Yummy er … roti john?
Yummy fried vadai!
It is really possible for one to be hungry again just after dinner.
Food is meant to be eaten.
Okay – this is my wife’s favorite part of the bazaar… lots of textiles.
Lots of cloth frilly fabric-ish things…
He was carving a small figurine.
A carpet auction in progress.
Prices start at S$200.
Very colourful drinks …
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