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... Gan, Karunna and Kay, Catherine and my ex husband 'Slim' - all arrived bearing something tasty or drinkable. I've been back to Singapore a few times, but Dorothy hadn't seen some of them for 30 years so there was lots of catching up to do. Much of the conversation centred around the two schools we'd all been associated with in those days - Dover Court prep school and United World College. In those days there were only a handful of international schools and ...
... it doesn't really make a difference when that $13 is for a large cup of shave ice. I’m not talking American Large either. Picture about a medium at Starbucks and that is their largest size. They don’t fill things all the way up either. So I passed on purchasing food while out in the city and happily ate the salad, pasta, and potatoes on the ship. Prices of everything else were comparable to prices in NYC.
Back to my day. After the Singapore Flyer, we headed to ...
... Buddhist temple where we saw statues of on hundred Buddhas on either side of the main hall and another hall dedicated to the Thousand Arm Avalokiteshvara. She has so many arms to she can help many people.
Annie led us back to the subway and we said good-bye to her. After buying a couple more slices of the pork BBQ, we took the MRT back to the Harborfront Center -- the shopping mall attached to the cruise terminal. We were hot and ...
... road. Luckily I met up with some friends that I had met on Gili T, and sulked a bit, but greatly enjoyed their company for my last couple evenings in Ubud. They also will be heading on a similar travel path as myself, so hopefully more entries featuring them later.
Next up, my first bout of intestinal difficulties. It's bound to happen. You spend months here in Asia, well, you are gunna ...
... the skies in Jurassic Park. What a day.
We decided to slow things down a little on our last day in Singapore. We took a taxi over to West Coast Park, a non-touristy neighborhood park that was recommended by a friend who lived in Singapore. The playground in West Coast Park is one of the largest in Singapore with a tall rope pyramid, swings, and several zip lines. The kids loved it. After the park, we took another taxi over to Little India. As the ...