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... western cuisine. The chicken feet prove to be tasty, yet it was certainly the texture and the idea of what I was eating that made it an experience. After a nice walking tour of Chinatown we indulged in a few local desserts and then parted ways. I hope to see them again as encounters such as these really give me an insight into local culture and traditions that I might miss if exploring on my own.
A few days later came the much anticipated 50th ...
... with a shot of fireworks! This show was
definitely a highlight of Sentosa for me.
From there (10 min show), we went back
to the main plaza and the Lake of Dreams for its light show. This one
was quite a few steps down from the other two. It was merely a
calming woman's voice beckoning the elements to show their power,
after which the lake's lighting would change and the fountains would
spray in rhythm to the music. Some abstract vine sculptures that ...
... As you can see from our faces the durian has a rather strong taste and I would say none of us really enjoyed it. After exploring Chinatown we returned home and chilled out by the pool and in the house. It's sad to see Celia off tomorrow but we are looking forward to another week with Jas and hopefully we will squeeze in some more exciting things :)
-Sydney, Jasmine and Celia ...
This morning started off with a simple cab ride to SIM University where C was presenting paper #2 at the conference at a 10am session (E was riding along to watch C present). As usual, we got a most interesting (and by interesting, we mean strange) cab driver--this one had apparently been a singer in a Singaporean band dubbed "The Beatles of Singapore" in his younger days. He sang to us the entire length of the cab ride, which should have been ...
... hour making a movie trailer about the Hortons heading down to Singapore to find their long lost friends Kaia and Ari. The Malays seriously must have wondered what the hell was going on. We made action sequences moving from carriage to carriage (where you can see a lot of the track below! There were scenes of the country side and stupid faces. Lots of fun. After 7 and half hours we arrived at the last stop before Singapore. We bought 4 ...