A Hungry Hipster’s Guide to Pike Place Market

All of my tourist-ing was working up quite an appetite, but luckily, if there’s one thing Pike Place has a never ending supply of, it’s good food!

My first stop was Beechers Handmade Cheese. As an authentically artisanal cheese shop, Beechers’ cheeses are handcrafted using all-natural local ingredients. The milk is antibiotic-free (no hormones or additives) and is delivered to the shop within hours of milking. As all of the cheese is made directly on sight

...In plain sight, might I add

…In plain sight, might I add

To turn the milk into cheese, it’s first pasturized by being heated to 73C for 24 seconds in order to eliminate harmful bacteria. Then, it is cooled back down to 32C and placed in a Make Vat, where it forms into clumps (“curds”) that when cut and sized spit out gooey liquids (“whey”).

From here, the curds are stacked, squeezed and placed in hoops to get more and more whey out of the way as it ages.

Ending in a delicious result Little Miss Muffet would approve of!

Ending in a delicious result Little Miss Muffet would approve of!

I was now moving on to the birthplace of hipster-ism: the first ever Starbucks! This place got it’s start in 1971, so I’m actually quite impressed it took off so well, considering this was before wifi was a service it could offer its customers!

It might just have had something to do with the delicious drip coffee (I tried my best not to laugh at the employees using a watering can on my coffee)

It might just have had something to do with the delicious drip coffee (I tried my best not to laugh at the employees using a watering can on my coffee)

Personally though, I think the popularity came at least in part from the risk-y logo ;)

Personally though, I think the popularity came at least in part from the risk-y logo ;)

From there, it was time to hit the arcade!

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Because “arcades” are what the market areas are called

 

I literally cried tears of happiness sampling some spicy peppers

I literally cried tears of happiness sampling some spicy peppers

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With a Scoville Heat Unit of 1,001,304, I could feel the ghost pepper extract burning a hole through my tongue. It was AWESOME!!

 

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The guys at Pike Place Fish Co. were having way too much fun throwing their products around!

 

After what seemed like an endless deliberation of consulting every single person I passed that seemed like a Seattle local, I finally decided on lunch at the 3 Sisters.

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Just because there are very few things I love more in life than a restaurant with a funky design

 

…Other than a good sandwich, of course!!

…Other than a good sandwich, of course!!

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Dining Around The Culinary Capital of Kelowna (A Travvelsized Odyssey)

Despite the amount of time I spent at Kelowna General Hospital around my pie-baking adventure, I quickly came to realize that hospital food wasn’t exactly giving me the full taste of what the city had to offer.

The food gods demanded salmon!

The food gods demanded salmon!

But I was only providing offerings of strangely coloured mush with a side of strangely colourless mush!

But I was only providing offerings of strangely coloured mush with a side of strangely colourless mush!

I mean, the almighty food gods would definitely smite me for eating nothing but mush in the home of the culinary champions of 2011 – 2015.

 According to the “Welcome to Kelowna” sign, anyhow

According to the “Welcome to Kelowna” sign, anyhow

In order to appease the wise and powerful food gods, I decided to show my devotion (read: eat) at a variety of their temples (read: restaurants) – a brave and honourable task, I know!

Since I starting out in such an unfavourable position in the eyes of the gods, I needed to start my path to salvation in their mecca: RauDZ.

One of the most sacred temples of food god worship

One of the most sacred temples of food god worship

As the top rated restaurant in Kelowna, the gods were certain to appreciate my prayers for Ken’s mushrooms, the ‘RJB’ and the daily salmon special.

From the name and the delicious taste, I can only presume the “Ken” for whom this plate is named is one of the higher food gods

From the name and the delicious taste, I can only presume the “Ken” for whom this plate is named is one of the higher food gods

Grilled beef tenderloin, poached crab AND cured bacon, all in one burger! (The gods were quite pleased!)

Grilled beef tenderloin, poached crab AND cured bacon, all in one burger! (The gods were quite pleased!)

The gods would finally receive what they truly desired!

The gods would finally receive what they truly desired!

With all of this love for the food gods, it would have been rude to completely ignore the drink gods now! To keep them appeased (as if my last post wasn’t enough), offerings of Lavender Bees Knees and Rose Coloured Glasses were made.

You know the drinks are going to be a sugar-coma of deliciousness because they have names that don’t really have anything to do with what’s actually in them

You know the drinks are going to be a sugar-coma of deliciousness because they have names that don’t really have anything to do with what’s actually in them

While this level of devoted worship is usually enough to appease even the snobbiest foodie food god, I was digging my way out of a mushy trench (see the first photo of the post) and would need a Crazy Good act of devotion to prove my loyalty, so I decided to head to Smack Dab (which I was a bit dubious about, considering their slogan was “Crazy Good Food”, I mean, McDonald’s slogan is I’m Lovin’ It and they’re definitely no where near my most beloved restaurant).

However, there was no room for doubt as the food gods commanded my worship and attention. I began with an offering of Spinach & Artichoke Dip For Two and must say this was a bit of mis-nomer, it should really be called Spinach & Artichoke Dip For Two Snorlaxes Or Two Hundred People.

Here’s a comparative size chart for the dip, keeping in mind that Snorlax weighs 1014lbs

Here’s a comparative size chart for the dip, keeping in mind that Snorlax weighs 1014lbs

After persevering through, mains were ordered, stomachs were filled (to bursting) and the food gods were finally appeased.

Can't say no to some good ol' Crispy Steelhead Trout!

Can’t say no to some good ol’ Crispy Steelhead Trout!

... or some Prosciutto Di Parma Pizza

… or some Prosciutto Di Parma Pizza

My long and rigorous odyssey had finally come to a successful closing and while the food gods had permitted me to go back to munching on mush, the adventure proved to be enough to keep my foodie levels peaked for the remainder of the trip.

Broken Bones, Mexican Drug Cartels and Key Lime Pie (AKA My Welcome to Kelowna)

To bring the ski season to a crashing halt, my (older but neither wiser nor more mature) boyfriend decided to attempt an XL jump in the park of Big White Ski Resort. Without looking back, he punted himself off the jump, realized he had been going at a breakneck speed, flipped out and landed flat on his back.

(Sidenote: I’m not apologizing for or taking back ANY puns – it’s taken me everything to not break down and crack them in front of my boyfriend, so I’m using this post to do so behind his back instead.)

(Continuing with the story…) after a laughing gas-induced trip down the mountain to Kelowna General Hospital, the doctors had determined he fractured his lumbar 2 vertebrate and would need an operation to put the fractured pieces back together and get his spine screwed back into place.

Fortunately, the Canadian surgeons proved they’re all their cracked up to be and my boyfriend is now back up and walking his way to a complete recovery in less than half a year’s time!

To celebrate his recent release from the hospital, I decided to find a way of giving him a taste of the surf culture he’s realized he’ll have to miss out on while he’s still in recovery. I knew there had to be a way that wouldn’t involve either of us having to bend over backwards and a lucky connection with SoBo (the Sophisticated Bohemian), made the search pretty easy!

SoBo began as a food truck in Tofino, BC in 2003, serving fresh, locally sourced meals and evolved into a delicious full-scale restaurant 4 years later. Their recipes have been so popular, they’re about to release their own cookbook (which I was able to get my hands on early) – you can check it out here!

Delicious recipes await!!

Flipping through the book, I found a recipe for Key Lime Pie, fell head over heels in love at first sight and found myself racing to the grocery store.

I was bribed with photos like this!! Come on, I had no choice but to try it for myself!

I was bribed with photos like this!! Come on, I had no choice but to try it for myself!

Since I also love all you beautiful followers so much, I’ll give you the full play-by-play of how I assembled the pie (which I had FAR too much fun doing, just to warn you):

1) Start off by assembling a simple enough grocery list:

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(Sidenote: my shopping was unfortunately complicated slightly by Mexican drug cartels. They’ve recently become unhappy with all the farmers they’ve been sourcing their limes from and have stopped the exportation of virtually all of Mexico’s limes. Personally, I think they realized that the profit margin of exporting illegal drugs is much higher than that of limes and that it simply wasn’t worth their while to continue.)

2) Now it’s time to preheat the oven to 250F

3) From there, use a touch of the butter to grease the sides of a 9 inch pie dish and draw a smiley face in the middle

;) - totally necessary part of the process!

Yes, the smiley face IS necessary, smiley faces are ALWAYS necessary!

4) Next, mix the graham cracker crumbs, butter and sugar together

They should be more than willing to mix together!

Look how excited they are to be together! (Butter’s a bit of a party pooper on this one though..)

5) Once mixed, the recipe says the ingredients should “resemble wet sand”

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A good way to test the sandy consistency is to build a sand cottage in the bowl

6) Demolish your newly constructed dream home and repurpose it into a pie crust by packing it into the sides of your pie dish (you won’t need to make it too thick)

Something that's as painful for the crust as it will be for you

Demolishing your dream is unfortunately as painful for the crust as it will be for you

7) Stop being sad about the dream home by remembering that you will soon have a delicious pie

8) Stick the pie in the oven for 8 minutes

9) While it’s baking, separate the the egg yolks from the egg whites. I found the best way it to crack the egg in half and transfer the yolk back and forth between the two half shells. Each time you move it, more of the whites will slip out

Not going to lie, I may have just gotten my hair cut and was looking for an excuse to take selfies

Cracking eggs with my TEETH! (Not going to lie, I may have just gotten my hair cut and was looking for an excuse to take selfies.. Also, if you’re in Kelowna, Fringe is a great salon)

10) Whisk the eggs up with the condensed milk

The milk cans may be sad about getting emptied, but show no mercy, you need their deliciousness!

The milk cans may be sad about getting emptied, but show no mercy, you need their deliciousness!

11) By now (or maybe sooner, depending on how long you spend taking selfies of your egg-cracking), the pie crust should resemble Mickey Mouse and be ready to take out of the oven

Yes, the pie SHOULD come out with a cartoonized face!

Yes, the pie SHOULD come out with a cartoonized face!

12) Time to juice up those drug cartel-limes! I actually bought a cheap manual juicer, but actually found that squeezing them with my bare hands worked better

I also felt like more of a badass for destroying limes this way as well!

I also felt like more of a badass for destroying limes this way as well!

13) Almost done! Mix the juice in with the eggs and milk, then pour it into the pie crust

14) Zip that pie back in the oven for 6 minutes

15) While the pie’s back in the oven, blend the whipping cream and vanilla together until it starts to form fluffy peaks (yes, you’ll need a blender, trust me, I tried hand-whipping and it’s not something you want to do)

16) Throw the pie out of the oven and let it set in the fridge for 4 hours

It was a very painful 4 hours of waiting, not going to lie

It was a very painful 4 hours of waiting, not going to lie

17) OM NOM NOM it to delicious pieces!

18) Check out more recipes from The Sobo Cookbook!

Out And About Camping in Yellowknife (Part 2)

In case you’re like me and find joining in partway through a set intimidating (I’m actually quite insufferable about this with movies and am a lost cause with Star Wars because I don’t even know where to begin since the films weren’t released in chronological order), here’s a recap of last time’s episode: I walked around and ate things in Yellowknife, ending up in Old Town. It’s a lot to digest, I know. Feel free to give yourself some time to take it all in.

Now that we’re all up to speed, I’ll continue on by saying that my journey across Old Town then lead me to the Pilot’s Monument. This is basically a big hill that oversees all of Old Town and the surrounding Great Slave Lake. While I found the fact that the waterway was dotted with brightly coloured floating houses adorable and full of personality, the city of Yellowknife thinks they’re an eyesore and wants to ban people from building anymore.

Whoo hoo! I learned how to create panorama shots!

Whoo hoo! I learned how to create panorama shots!

I'm actually really curious to know how Yellowknife defines "eyesore"

I’m actually really curious to know how Yellowknife defines “eyesore”

After shoving my eyeballs back in their sockets (because they popped out as the view was so incredulous – I definitely thought I was making up that word, but spell check tells me its legit), it was back to central Yellowknife.

Back in 2011, Prince William and Kate Middleton decided to grace Yellowknife with their presence, so as a thank-you, the town created a park, just for them. Now, Fort Smith is “supposed” to be the garden capital of the north, but I have to say that this park puts our town to shame [hint-hint: Will and Kate (and George too now I guess), come visit us so that we re-compensate]!

I love taking macro photos of flowers. You really should have seen this one coming.

I love taking macro photos of flowers. You really should have seen this one coming.

Why isn't this how ALL benches are designed?

Why isn’t this how ALL benches are designed?

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Because crazy angles make everything cooler!

I kind of fell in love with Yellowknife's signage (#packagingdesignproblems). This one is front of the Fireweed Design studio - also super cute!

I kind of fell in love with Yellowknife’s signage (#packagingdesignproblems). This one is in front of the Fireweed Design studio – also super cute!

Waterfront love <3

Waterfront love <3

After the gardens (and several souvenir places filled with narwhal horns I wasn’t allowed to take pictures of), it was back to Old Town for dinner at the Wildcat Café. The establishment is known for being the oldest restaurant in Yellowknife, opening in 1937. More interestingly, the owners were named Willie Wylie and Smokey Stout; two names that would both have been ridiculously badass to have. Since then, the restaurant was closed between 1951 and 1979 and during this time, generations of lobbyists were passionate enough to rally to keep the building from being demolished, but not passionate enough to restore it to a functioning restaurant. It’s now managed by a specialty Wildcat Café Advisory Committee and serves drinks in mason jars (something that, as a practical traveller who can’t be bringing breakable glassware all over the place, personally appreciates) and the best French fires north of 60 (I thought this was just  Fort Smith thing because we’re literally 0.01 degrees north of 60, but apparently ALL of the territories love this fact). It doesn’t have the same personality of Bullock’s per say, but is still very much a must-see in Yellowknife.

I have yet to find a drink that doesn't taste significantly better when it comes from a mason jar

I have yet to find a drink that doesn’t taste significantly better when it comes from a mason jar

If you end up in a situation like me, where you’re at the café with a big group, in order to decide who’s going to pay the bill, pile all of your phones Jenga-style in the middle of the table and whoever grabs theirs first has to pay the tab :P

The "how addicted to your phone are you" test. Proud to say that I didn't fail. The laptop version probably would have been a different story!

The “how addicted to your phone are you” test. Proud to say that I didn’t fail. The laptop version probably would have been a different story!

After a great meal, it was time to head back to Fred Henne Territorial Park (getting back to the camping in Yellowknife part of the deal) in time to catch some Folk on the Rocks action tomorrow!

Out and About Camping in Yellowknife (Part 1)

Even though I’m Canadian, I really like to travel across Canada (apparently most people seem to think you need to get out of your own country to “really” travel). Especially when I get to travel Yellowknife and do some Northwest Territories camping!

Before I start, I also have to admit that although Yellowknife has a population of less than 20,000 people, I spent the whole time calling it a city opposed to the town it really should be. It seems all my skyscraper clad Singapore travel is getting slightly washed away already, I saw a 4 storey building and gaped at how much of a high rise it was..!

Anyways, getting from Fred Henne Territorial Park to downtown Yellowknife in itself is quite the adventure. There’s a 45mintute hiking trail you can take that takes you between Jackfish and Frame Lakes, offering panoramic-ly awesome views of the water and the city and a giant airplaine"Crop:71.54,288.46,55.8573333333333,124.142666666667 Pitch:0 Roll:0"

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… And obligatory photo-ops with the Yellowknife sign

 

It's a knife and it's yellow. So, Yellowknife!

It’s a knife and it’s yellow. So, Yellowknife!

The route takes you right to the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre and although my job in the Northwest Territories already involves me spending the majority of my time in a museum, I couldn’t resist the temptation to visit this one, which definitely did NOT disappoint. It was full of crazy-cool old surveying equipment:

The survey transit was used in the 40s. Love the intricacy of the design!

The survey transit was used in the 40s. Love the intricacy of the design!

And a badass scanography exhibit:

Basically, you scan a bunch of stuff and photoshop it into hyper-realism

Basically, you scan a bunch of stuff and photoshop it into hyper-realism 

I was about to admit that it put my museum to shame, when I was informed that it literally shamed my museum by displaying OUR artifacts without so much as a “thanks for making us that much better than you, NLMCC!”

THIEVES!!

THIEVES!!

Right next door is the Northwest Territories government building, which is actually a sweet place to visit for 2 reasons: (1) the assembly room has a polar bear rug and (2) you used to get beaten with a ceremonial mace if you spoke out of turn.

Definitely not intimidating at all..!

Definitely not intimidating at all..!

Next up, it was off to old town (hooray for calling Yellowknife a town, not a city). First stop was the iconic Bullock’s Bistro. What the joint lacks in menu selection (Whitefish, Whitefish soup and Whitefish stew were our options), it more than makes up for in personality. The walls are covered in funny stickers and graffiti and when a buddy of mine asked for no salad with his meal, the waitstaff literally scolded him for not eating his veggies (they gave him a salad in the end anyways).

Because stickers just make everything so much more awesome

Because stickers just make everything so much more awesome

When our food finally arrived (which took quite some time and we also got scolded for waiting for our server to come around instead of barking our order right at her), it was absolutely delicious! I’m a huge fan of Whitefish, but Bullock’s adds a delicious seasoning to their pan-fried selection. In addition, the kitchen first thought we had ordered the deep-fried and ended up giving us both for the price of one. The deep fried didn’t live up to the pan fried though, or even the salad, which came with a yummy dressing of balsamic vinegar, maple syrup and soya sauce – sounds strange, but it was delicious!

Droooooool.... Whitefish... Drooooool...

Droooooool…. Whitefish… Drooooool…

Eating a Bollock’s is more of an experience than just a meal and even the questionable service fit the atmosphere perfectly. Altogether, it made for a perfect way to recharge my batteries before continuing on across Yellowknife.

 

70 Stories of Food in Swissôtel’s Equinox

 While I admit I’ve recently been enjoying getting away from the city, its not something that I wanted to run away from, especially if I was going to be tempted with a meal from Swissôtel The Stamford’s Equinox Restaurant. Eating in Singapore is considered a national pastime and as such, the city is bursting with both hawker centres and high-end celebrity restaurants like Wolfgang Puck’s CUT and (soon to be) Jaime Oliver’s Jaime’s Italian (I also have to point out: EEEEE!! Jaime Oliver!! <3).

EEEEE!! (Okay, now I'm done)

EEEEE!! Pretty Knife!! :P

Since Jaime’s Italian isn’t actually open yet and I’m also partial to FRHI (Fairmont Raffles Hotels International, consisting of the Fairmont, Raffles and Swissôtel groups), when a friend called me up to go to Swissôtel’s Equinox, I wasn’t going to say no.

Even just showing up at the restaurant is an even in itself. It’s located on the 70th floor of the hotel and boasts panoramic views of the entire city and even parts of Malaysia. Most people love going to the top of Marina Bay Sands for its view of the city, but personally, I prefer being able to see it as part of my view.

EEEEE!! Pretty view!!

EEEEE!! Pretty view!!

EEEEEE!!! MORE pretty views!!

EEEEEE!!! MORE pretty views!!

After treating my eyes to an enthralling panoramic view, it was time to give my taste buds a turn and actually do what I was here for – food!

Since we were there for lunch, the main feature is a semi buffet. This means that you order a fixed-plate entrée, but get to choose your own appetizers and desserts buffet-style. For me, this meant a double helping of appetizers (they were just too appetizing for only 1 plate, oh how I’m so puny) with prawns, clams, muscles, prosciutto, artichoke and olives in round 1 and fresh salad, sashimi and octopus and cucumber sushi in round 2:

 

OM NOM NOM

OM NOM NOM

Salad has become much to exciting for me..!

Salad has become much to exciting for me..!

While I could easily have gone back for appetizers about 7 more times without even having to eat the same thing twice, it was time to move onto my main fish course. While the fish itself was great quality, the flavouring was a bit bland and the overall presentation was a bit underwhelming after all the colourful appetizers.

 

These plates are also really awkward to carry when you have more than 2 #banquetserverproblems

These plates are also really awkward to carry when you have more than 2 #banquetserverproblems

To finish things off with desert, I went with mango ice cream, plum, watermelon and green tea cake. Ice cream of any kind is my weakness and this was no exception!

(even just uploading these pictures is making me feel full again!)

(even just uploading these pictures is making me feel full again!)

Altogether, it was definitely the best meal I had in Singapore, especially after all the canteen food on rez – plus the view wasn’t bad either, a definite recommendation if you’re downtown!

Equinox Restaurant, Swissôtel The Stamford

2 Stamford Road, Singapore 178882

(65) 6337 3322

reservations@equinoxcomplex.com

Sunday Brunch 11am – 2:30pm

Monday – Saturday Lunch 12 – 2:30pm

High Tea 3:30 – 5pm (everyday)

Dinner 6:30 – 10:30pm (everyday)

 

Singaporean Countryside (yes, it does exist)

Come on, I can't have been the only who watched this show!

Come on, I can’t have been the only who watched this show!

As much fun as big-city Singapore is (even just looking at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel is enough to entertain me for hours), I had gotten to the point in my trip where I needed to mix a little country mouse in with my city mouse.

Lucky for me, although the urban area of Singapore takes up the majority land use, several farms still exist around the norther Kranji area. If you take the MRT to Kranji station, there’s a bus you can catch that takes you on a tour of some of the nearby farms. Yes, a farm is such a novelty in Singapore, it’s a tourist attraction!

The farms also have the cutest mascots on the face of the planet!

The farms also have the cutest mascots on the face of the planet!

That being said, the first few stops take you to farm-resorts (don’t worry, I didn’t know that was a thing either, and I study hotel management), so the best place to get off and tour around is Bollywood Veggies, it’s small by farm standards, but has a super-fun vibe and a great little restaurant (not just because all of their produce is 50,000x more fresh than anything in the rest of the country, their chefs are also really talented)!

Archways aren't only great for allowing more plants access to sunlight, they're also fun to pose with!

Archways aren’t only great for allowing more plants access to sunlight, they’re also fun to pose with!

Plus they make it easy to check up on how your gourds are growing!

Plus they make it easy to check up on how your gourds are growing!

Chillin beneath the mango tree like I'm Jack Johnson or something

Chillin beneath the mango tree like I’m Jack Johnson or something

Did you really think I wouldn't find some flowers to take a million photos of?

Did you really think I wouldn’t find some flowers to take a million photos of

Plants growing out of plants: its plant-ception!

Plants growing out of plants: its plant-ception!

I also finally got to try some durian (the rancidly-smelly unofficial fruit of Singapore), which, despite its scent, was actually pretty tasty!

Wall of smelly deliciousness!

Wall of smelly deliciousness!

Om nom - ewww - nom

Om nom – ewww – nom

Apparently there are some people in Singapore who find the smell bearable, but this doesn’t include anyone I’ve ever met, or anyone who works in the legal sector, as you get a higher fine for eating durian on the MRT than for any other food!

There's food, and then there's durian

There’s food, and then there’s durian

Moving on, the next stop on the trip was the Jurong Frog Farm. Now, I’d never been to frog farm, so the murals they had on display pretty much summed up my idea of what it would be like:

Silly frog, wearing a shirt and a crown - how cute!

Silly frog, wearing a shirt and a crown – how cute!

Nope, not above kissing frogs!

Nope, not above kissing frogs!

However, when we got off the bus, the driver said he would wait around for a few minutes in case we decided we didn’t want to stay too long. At the time, it seemed like a ridiculous offer, I was  pumped from the awesome visit at Bollywood Veggies and ready for some frog-love. However, everything changed once I got past all of the cute cartoony murals and face-to-face with the real deal. The farm pretty much consisted of a bunch of outdoor corridors of semi-aquatic frog holding tanks – each literally heaping with live mobs of frogs!

So.Many.Creepy.Eyes... I TAKE MY KISSES BACK!

So.Many.Creepy.Eyes… I TAKE MY KISSES BACK!

If the intimidatingly large amount of beady eyes staring out at me wasn’t enough, they were also eerily quiet. None of the regular croaking, just… silence. Feeling like I was in a scene from a very strange and twisted horror movie about murderous amphibians, I made a beeline back to the bus, hoping my recently-cured fish fear wouldn’t get replaced with a froggy one only to be met by a smirk from the driver, who seemed to be familiar (and unempathetic) with this reaction.

The last farm we encountered seemed to be designed in true Singaporean style. Instead of planting crops in the ground, they’re placed in planters which are stacked on top of each other, essentially creating apartment-style living for plants. Known as a “sky farm”, it’s the first of its kind in the country, but seems to be the perfect way for Singapore to pursue its self-sustaining mission, despite its small amount of landmass.

Altogether, despite the smells and the scares, it was really nice to see this softer, greener side of Singapore and experience a whole new culture.

An awesome swing-filled side of Singapore!

An awesome swing-filled side of Singapore!