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... helps a lot. You also can see everywhere the English influence.
The food comes in lots of variations and seems like every shopping mall, which you can find almost in every building, has a food court. Therefore, we had no excuse to starve. It was
also easier making a decision what to eat. Menus are displayed in pictures. I saw a funny riddle in a vegetarian restaurant which went as followed: ...
... Oh , and all kicked off with another chopstick madness with a Prosperity Salad! Sadly Stevie was still poorly and missed this meal too.
Next day was Sunday and Stevie tentatively felt a bit better and anyway, couldn't bear the thought of being in Singapore and not eating all this food! We met up with Ah Chu and her three daughters Carina, Cecilia and Jasmine. Ah Chu babysat Kenji and Stevie for me when I lived in Singapore so that I could go back ...
... we went to the Beazley office and met up with Susan and Michael, who I used to work with. We went to a Chinese restaurant, and Susan commented that she thought I looked skinny and so bought loads of food to fatten me up, including coffee chicken and chicken in prawn batter (well, that’s what we think it was anyway). We waddled about for a lot of the afternoon afterwards.
We decided to stay an extra night in Singapore than we ...
On this second day in Singapore I decided to look around the Chinatown area that I was situated in. To begin with I explored the impressive 5 tiered Chinese Buddhist temple which dominated the area around my hostel. The building known as the 'Buddha Tooth Relic Temple'(for self explanatory reasons) contained many interesting artefacts along with walls of sitting Buddha sculptures and a ceiling adorned with hundreds of lamps. Next I headed down to Telok Ayer street, a place which ...
... like you are in a lost world, with a fantastic living wall covering the structure of the building. Once we left there we went to the Super Tree grove and watched the light show which my have been better a little further away, but was still very nice, with a Christmas soundtrack. Next on the agenda was the light show on the bay - I know how many light shows can we take? It was a bit of a wait but after all the walking we had done it was nice just to sit and enjoy ...