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... of 'ah yes, well except for that'. There was also duck on the menu, but I didn't push it. I've come to the conclusion that in Singapore vegetarian actually means 'has vegetables in'. It could be mixed with fried sheeps eyes , but it has vegetables in. She served me a broth with dumplings and some of the ingredients looked decidedly dodgy. She assured me it was tofu\mushroom but I wasn't convinced, after all she thinks duck is a vegetable.
After that I headed for the night ...
... on, Hop off sightseeing bus. The 90 minute round trip gave me a good idea of where the sights were and what I might like to see. I left the bus at the famous Raffles hotel but felt a little underdressed to head to the Raffles bar for a drink so instead wandered to the river in search of Clarke Quay and my free river cruise. Clarke quay is full of restaurants and bars in fact the whole riverside area is full of restaurants and shops. The riverside cruise provided some history ...
... Australia as they have not previously visited our fair land. Frank worked for Chevron oil company and claimed he only married Vida because she owned a golf cart and he needed a lift around the golf course !
The show tonight was a couple of blokes from the (then) Four Kinsmen – Pearson and Harvey - and they were very entertaining. A mix of songs and somewhat slapstick comedy went well together particularly for the predominantly Australian ...
... ride - we all feasted except Sneh who had cheese toast (what a weirdo na hah). We decided to stay home at night and just chill and chat. We wished sejal Fia at midnight :) I gave her the painting from Ubud, hope she liked it! Mandeep fell asleep but I stayed up till 230 helping arya with maths coursework and a further 2 hours gossiping with Sneh and arya, although I'm super tired now, I have no regrets as it was awesome spending time with them ...
... br> Beach. We originally wanted to see the fort, but it closed as we
exited the aquarium. The beach was flanked by a strip of bars,
hotels, pavilions, and even a surf house. We passed onto the sand and
looked at some SG50 sand sculptures. It was like a mini battle trying
to get a decent picture angle with all the tourists. And this was at
I spent WAY too much time trying to
decide whether or not to swim. By the time we were done, it was 7 ...