A day out with the Canon S120.


The family that stays on the kelong runs a “restaurant”. I’d say it’s more like an extended family dinner, with 4 tables which seat 12 people each. It’s a very rustic establishment, but extremely cosy. The sea breeze is a perfect complement to the very fresh seafood.

Unfortunately, I didn’t take any photos of the food as the dishes came out one by one. I didn’t want to be that person who keeps snapping photos of each plate while ignoring the company present. Suffice to say that everything we ate was delicious since the seafood was so fresh! My favourite? Fried calamari.

I must thank Uncle B who arranged everything, from giving us a lift to the ferry through to the dinner and ride back. A few of us marvelled at the fact that he was such a foodie that he even knew where to eat even offshore! A nice, refreshing change from the usual restaurant / cafe haunts Singaporeans love to visit.


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