Ngangi headed back to the Philippines for good.
Lucky for me, I got to be on leave on her last day in Singapore. It was a holiday for everyone else as well, so Chi and Gelle were also free so that we could have a brunch with her.
We were supposed to go to Simply Pancakes but they opened late, so we ended up at McDonalds which also has pancakes.
I had that and had a hard time explaining to the cashier that I wanted my iced milo with ice, thank you very much.
We had so much fun chatting for a couple of hours.
Unfortunately the family next to us didn’t appreciate that and the father rudely made his feelings known by saying, “f**king noisy!”
What followed was a scary staring and retorts contest. I’m sorry to say that I didn’t contribute; I am such a wuss.
In the end, though, our team won and they retreated to the other end of the room, their tails tucked between their legs.
|exhausted yet happy with our purchases|
|such inappropriate shopping footwear|
|5pm “lunch” at Burger King|
Chi asked me if I wanted to join her in bringing Ngangi to the airport and I agreed.
So we rode a cab to their new home and watched Ngangi do some last minute packing. Here she is with her suitcase and she is wearing my farewell gift for her – a Forever 21 locket. Love for lockets are one of the bazillion things that she and I have in common.
|Ngangi’s last supper in SG|