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... Christmas oriented, it's in there.
Its not cold though which was a bonus ha ha. It's beautiful and whilst inside we saw a photography shoot of two young girls dressed in unusual gothic clothing, sadly due to the professional lightening I ...
... avoid squats at all times, but normal seats are no better. The floor is ALWAYS wet, don't think that the floor will be dry due to the heat, its not!
In toilets there is a pipe for people to use to "wash up" so they do, its the locals way I guess, but seats and floors are always wet so its not a clean or pleasant experience.
I often come out feeling worse than I went in ha ha.
Advice ....wear short pants so they don't touch wet floor, clean your flip flops, carry ...
... ships (which was a unique change and site, not as pristine as the open blue ocean), and the overall feel wasn't as relaxed as Thailand.
We tried not to burn but since being out of the sun for the last 3 weeks and cooler temperatures in Malaysia, we most definitely burned; even with sunscreen on! Its crazy what our white Canadian kin can revert back to by not seeing the sun for a little while haha
As soon as Justin looked ...
... We walked around the bay to the other side, where another Merlion statues stands. The crowds to take photos of this lion from the pier were thick, and Justin and I both got so angry at the insane rudeness of the Chinese tourists. Both as they made fun of Justin to his face or told me to move from where I was standing so I wouldn't be in their conceded photo. I might have given this lady a piece of my mind...
- We met up with Susan at Clarke Quay, a historical riverside ...
... and apparently it is best viewed from the cocktail bar on the 57th floor of Marina Bay Sands, a trio of skyscrapers with a walkway across the top. I was quite impressed that there was Grey Goose vodka in the hotel minibar, but it was by far the cheapest brand they sold here; no Smirnoff in sight. A vodka and coke and a G&T came in at S$47, about £23.50. The views of the city were fabulous. The sun had gone down and the city's modern skyline lit up all around. ...