Well, I wish I know. This blog was started within the first week of me setting foot upon London and I have been updating it daily, with minor slips here and here, ever since. In it, I documented my travels and my experiences in London.
A dear friend of mine, upon knowing that I would like to increase the traffic to my site, suggested that I write about topics that have proven to be high traffic generators - sex and money. Not that these topics don't appeal to me, it's just that much as I like to, my mind just went blank whenever I tried to write about them. Oh believe me, I've tried. In the meantime, I am resorting to adopting eye catching topic titles like the one above. Cheap thrill.
So here I am, writing about musicals, movies, the quirky side of London and food (oh yes…). In fact, at one point in time, I actually contemplated to convert the blog to a food blog instead. But that would mean alienating around 300 of my posts. So, that will have to wait.
In case you've not noticed, I have written too much about food, way too much in my humble opinion. Just go the the Google search box on the extreme right column of this site, type "food" and you'll see exactly how many there are. It's embarrassing really. But coming from a tiny island, which populace's main passion is food doesn't really help much, does it?
Anyway, ECL has requested that I post about the cost of preparing a homecook meal in London (did I mention that Singaporeans love food?), which of course I will oblige pending my data collection.
Before I sign off, I would like to thank all my frequent commentators, the list of which I have proudly display at the top of this site. Each and every one of your comment is deeply appreciated and I have and will try my utmost (borrowed from Gordan Brown) to respond to all of them. In the meantime, keep them coming.
So… what's next? Look out for a write up on ASAP, a south east Asian fast food that I chanced upon last week. I must emphasize that this is not a food blog. At least not yet.
Cheers, from a Singaporean in London.