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Jetlag is a *****; take that into consideration when reading
this entry as I don't think I did enough things in Singapore as I could have. I
did, however, get to do the two things I wanted to do so I'm taking it as a
After a decent chunk of sleep I finally got up and ready and
headed out into town. Catching a bus was an experience in itself, as most of
you know I'm not a fan of public transport but I'm thinking it could just be
the overpriced rides ...
Today we went back to Sentosa. We bought a ticket to do 5 attractions (called play 5). We got off at the imbiah station and started by doing the Merlion. We went on it's head and in it's mouth to take pictures. We had a nice view of Singapore from up there. Then we went to Images of Singapore Live. Amelie says it changed from last time. Before there were only figurines, now there are live actors enacting the history of Singapore. We saw ...
... down to the marina to the indoor botanical gardens, this was still on the ticket purchased yesterday as they last 24 hours. The cloud forest was like something out of Jurassic park, luckily nothing ate us though. The flora was beautiful well, that is until we went into the flower dome and that was fantastic. I must say though, the nursery rhyme tunes being piped out was slightly disturbing. We walked the skypark bridge and it was a bit ...
... a restaurant/bar complex. It is quite spectacular all lit up at night. We headed down to a Scottish Bar, The Highlander, and made ourselves comfy as the young Singaporean waiters in their kilts looked after us. Ali had some mini burgers (no really!) and the rest of us shared some tapas plates which were delicious. Some good Scottish beer for me, something less interesting for the others (I forget) and we had a lovely evening in balmy Singapore.
... last week, I went online to search for dance schools in Singapore. And before I knew it, I was heading to Scape to register and attend my first ever dance class!! I was stoked really. Anan's classes are fun! And I really like her. Especially the no-nonsense-let's-get-started-right-now way of hers. Although I have to say I thought too highly of myself. No wonder I didn't pass the audition for NTUMJ. T__T Looking forward to my next ...