Ben Coolen is now a two-way street, confusing taxi drivers dropping off guests at the Hotel Rendezvous.
It rained all but three days.
Moodique rocked out every weekend at the Raffles Hotel.
21SoulBlaze released "The Road Less Taken," although Singapore Cowboy was the find of the year.
Senso Ristorante and Bar was discovered. Dinning on the patio is highly recommended.
They do not have a full bar at The Fisherman's Market at Clarke Quay, but they do have unlimited soft drinks, coffee, and tea refills. This restaurant does not come highly recommended, and the mussels should be avoided at all cost.
The "milk machine" at Brussels Sprouts was on the fritz, but you could still get milk for your coffee if you were persistent and were okay with using cold milk to flavor your brew.
The MT Club has Chinese Karaoke and a pool table but a limited selection on drinks.
There was an energetic street musician in the tunnel between Clarke Quay and Boat Quay.
Business closings were moderate. V-Golf Sports Bar is no longer open. The Wendy's on Orchard Road was still in business, but flooding persists. Dars chocolate is no longer sold at the 7-Eleven next to Cathay, but you can buy it by the case at Meidi-Ya Supermarket at Liang Court Mall in Clarke Quay. The world's tallest indoor via ferrata climbing wall, The Border X is still operating inside Orchard Central, but its gift shop has moved to Climb Asia on Tessensohn Road.
Artistically-painted elephants paraded around Singapore this holiday season, replacing gaudy Christmas decorations in most places, minus Orchard Road and in front of popular malls.
Netball took the country, and the Hotel Rendezvous, by storm. It was Fiji and Singapore in the championship game with Fiji nudging out Singapore, 51-42, for the title.
Singaporean youth are still trying to do skateboard tricks on long boards.
Did we mention the MRT kept breaking down?
We apologize for the tardiness in issuing the December Singapore Report. We will release the March Singapore report in a much more timely manner.