Yesterday was B's birthday. Typically he hates all birthdays/holidays (or rather, is indifferent to them), but since I like holidays we celebrated anyway. I got him a bicycle seat for little R, a helmet for little R, and inner tubes for his bike, so we can go biking together as a family (this is something he really likes, so unusually it was a fairly good present).
To celebrate, we got a babysitter and went out for Mexican food at Casa Latina, a surprisingly delicious restaurant in the central city area. It was pretty authentic food-wise (the mole poblano in particular was absolutely stunning, one of the best I've had), if expensive. B was happy because we had good news about our taxes, so for once he didn't mind spending a bunch of money.
After dinner, we went for drinks and a hookah at Haji Lane, an area known for its trendy clothes boutiques and semi-hipster vibe (they even have a fake graffiti wall, since in actual life Singapore has no graffiti whatsoever). I had a mojito, which was made with calamansi fruit instead of the usual limes--really good, even though our bill came to $50. Good thing I don't like bar-going that much: it's an expensive habit in Singapore!