Grand Park Orchard
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Today was our last day in Singapore. We went on an open top bus. I liked the inside better because it was cooler. Our first stop was the Gardens by the Bay. I liked the big metal trees. They didn't have any leaves on them. The cactus place was a bit scary because there were plants that could blind you if you touch their sap. There was another water park there I could ...
... Marina Bay Sands hotel. It was a very posh affair for me and the chef was someone who Kerry had heard of and has Michelin stars after his name which means nothing to me. After dinner we went to which has to be one of the biggest casinos in the world and by far the largest I have ever seen. The tables were jam packed with a multitude of different nationalities, I could have easily lost my house in there but was very well ...
... had given our dorm beds to someone else so we had to pay to upgrade to a private room, luckily Annie had a print out of all the documents so we only paid dorm room price.
The room itself was small but clean, the beds are arranged like a cabin so Annie had to climb up a small ladder to get into her bed and mine was just a small hop.
We headed straight out to a local food market. Each stall only sells one thing, so we looked ...
We found that little india is quite accessible as there are direct MRT stations, Public bus stops and taxi stands. However,the roads of little india were quite small, the tour coaches could not fit on the road, so the bus will have to stop somewhere and let the tourist walk around as a group or on their own. We found that the walking pavements are also quite narrow, and there is usually a ...
... finished within the top 50 out of 400 teams in the Debating portion of the competition (and accordingly received a bronze medal), and Agostino won an individual silver medal for finishing 10th overall out of 1200 students in Collaborative Writing! Agostino's classmate, Venika, also received an individual silver medal finishing 14th overall in the Scholar's Challenge. A great first showing for Uptown School!