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... long to get there since we were quite central and found the statue surrounded by people. It was a bit smaller than I had expected but after taking our photos we carried on across the Jubilee bridge. We had tried many times to get picture of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel simply because it is such an impressive building but the haze was reeking havoc with our pictures which was really disappointing.
Crossing the bridge we were heading to Suntec City tower. This area ...
... mist (apparently linked to the fires in Indonesia) I'd ride the flyer at night as the day view wasn't very clear anyway. About 200 photos later I arrived at the flyer and marvelled at the amazing views over Singapore. Feeling tired and somewhat unsure of the way back to the hotel I thought I'd try navigating the metro system, it was so easy and I was back at the hotel in no time hoping for a good nights sleep before starting day 2. (Sorry no photos internet connection not good ...
... and haze (from fires in Indonesia) made walking around oppressive. The air quality index sign recommended at this level 163 (measured over the last three hours) that outdoor activity be minimised. I felt right at home in pelican park, with their colony of Australian pelicans. They also had emus and a cassowary. The parrot exhibition was most impressive. They generated the most noise. I spent my last 30 minutes at the park watching the High Flyers bird ...
These past few days have all run together exploring Singapore and trying to get settled into the apartment.
On Monday we explored Little India. It is amazing that only a few stops down on the MRT you feel like you're transported to a different world (although the SG skyline is always visible). We went into these little shops that line the roads and learned a bit about the Indian culture. We went into a ...
... that was when the beaches technically closed, which means merely no
lifeguard was on duty. Some people lingered in the water, but I
didn't want to mess with Singaporean law (look up their fines for
everything). I climbed on the Siloso letters, which was really,
really fun and made me realize I need to channel my childhood and do
fun stuff like that more often. Then we scampered back to the giant
merlion for the light show. It was the start of our light show ...