Backpackers Inn Chinatown
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... that had been the talk of Singapore for quite a while. As expected, everywhere we went in the main bay front area was completely packed, and though some of the best viewing areas had been blocked off due to heavy crowding, people began to simply move the barricades in order to gain a better view of the ceremonies. Initially, I chose not to partake, however, after it became clear that the civilians outnumbered those in charge of policing the area, we proceeded ...
... their way through the fountain participated. They played the dragons
and spewed some flame, but it really was not that impressive compared
to the merlion and cranes. Or maybe I am just animal biased! Haha.
Daphne and I stuck it out for the entire show. The end was really
odd: the woman called for the audience to dance with the elements and
then some serious club beats came on. This was in stark contradiction
to the thunder, chimes, and whale calls of the rest ...
... or so but turned out to be double that because (as we learned mid-drive) he didn't actually know where SIM University was. At one point C had to interrupt the singing and said "is there someone you could call to help you find the university? I've got to present in 20 minutes!" He finally figured it out and C made it to her presentation with about 5 minutes to spare--cutting it a little close, even by her standards :) --but the presentation itself ...
... fish tank. It was amazing they all zoomed in on my legs. From my fall in Italy I had a scabby leg and my rash has been playing up In the heat so this gave them lots of places to chomp on, it was a funny sensation like little bubbles on your skin, but 30 mins later they were as smooth as a babies bum...amazing. We then had another wander trying to find a shop I saw InThe morning for a certain persons birthday present.. That found we went back to ...
... galleries, hotels and museums
clustered around a basin of water considerably more fragrant than I remember.
Apparently the government decided to outdo Canute a few years back, sealing off
the huge saltwater estuary and throwing so much money at filtration and
purification projects that it is slowly being turned into a freshwater basin. ...