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... and the famous giant Merlion.
A merlion is the mythological national
animal of Singapore. It is half lion, showing the strength and
protective qualities of the nation and half fish, to represent the
heavy influence the sea and ships have on the country.
Walking through Sentosa was
interesting. There were so many tourists and things to do and see. It
was crazy! I had not been to a theme park-type resort since the
Bahamas and this ...
... thoughtful and unexpected farewell gift! We gave him the book we'd got, and I think he was very pleased with it :)
As we drove to the airport we were treated to a final sunrise over the bay - beautiful. And from the airport, a clear view of Table Mountain (without its table cloth) as we said our goodbyes (or 'till we see you again's) to George. We were all sad to leave, but what an amazing trip it's been, right from our first stop at Kruger to the ...
... to show Amelie my favorite things that I used to find in the US). We went shopping some more and we fell on my favorite ice cream shop in the US: ColdStone! So we had to take one (chocolate devotion my favorite). The guy that served us not only mixed the ingredients in front of us but also through the ice-cream in the air and caught it in the cup, a little Singapore addition. After that we headed ...
The alarm went off…but not much movement. Then suddenly we realized it was 6.50, we were all still snoozing and the train left at 8.00. Action stations! Everyone ran around, trying to pack, clean teeth, dress and by 7.20 I was left alone in the room to assess the damage, get dressed and do a final sweep. I arrived at breakfast and Nutella queen was snoz deep inhaling the stuff and Thomas had discovered the strawberry jam. Sinead took them off ...
... but we were getting hungry and wanted to try something typical for lunch. We ate in a Chinese restaurant, which was self serve. They handed us a menu and a clipboard and pen. We ticked some boxes and our food arrived. We were given complimentary Chinese tea and a small plate of shredded ginger when we sat down. We had no idea what to do with them so we watched the customers at the table next to us and luckily found out that you do NOT add the ...