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... leaving him soaked.. much to the amusement of the other audience members! That will teach us both not to sit in the designated soak zone but given the Singapore temperatures it was certainly what we needed to help keep us cool for the rest of the afternoon! Such fun! By around 4pm we had pretty much completed all of the attractions we wished to do and took some time to explore Centre Island, Singapore's ...
... to the £1 meals I was used to in Vietnam, I could smell an expensive weekend ahead of me.
That night was pretty heavy and made more so by the free drinks flowing from the bar tender who Paul was friends with (always good to know a bar man). At S$20 (£10) for a single vodka Redbull I needed all the cheap drinks I could get - the prices were hurting my wallet with amazing brutality.
We ended the night in a place known locally as ...
... evening the three of us headed out for dinner in the Ion centre which was very very yummy. We then rocked up and chilled. The day after, while Helen and Nathan were at work, i wandered down the whole of Orchard Street mooching and looking before heading to Sentosa which is like a massive island of adventure things. It holds the Disney Resort etc. I didn't spend long over there as everything was way out of my price range and wasn't anything different to what i ...
... or so before the night safari started in the evening. You got to go on a guided tour around the park on these buggies. It was good to see some more animals, however some other tourists didn't understand the meaning of sit down and turn off your flash for this tour. It was also good to learn different things about the animals though.
I made it back to my hostel where a girl I had met a few days ...
... begun and then the fireworks started going off. At first they weren't that impressive (a few loud bangs), but it seemed to be just a warm up and once they got going, it was spectacular. We really enjoyed being a part of this big event.
On our final day, we went to Raffles Square to take a look at the famous old Raffles hotel and the other colonial buildings in the area. The Singapore Art museum had a few interesting (or just plain weird) pieces, ...
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