Golden Orientus Resort
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... of 5 towers which are meant to represent the 4 fingers and thumb of a left hand emerging from the ground and representing the palm in the center is the Fountain of Wealth. This fountain is listed by Guinness book of record in 1998 as the worlds largest fountain in the world. It is said that if you walk around the centre 3 times while touching the water you gain good luck, so we both did it before leaving and heading to the Helix bridge.
Arriving at the bridge ...
Today I work up with the joy that I'm going to be on a plane soon. I said goodbye to my brother and my little sister and went. Dad picked up my nan and brought Nan, Renee Mum and me to the airport. I gave him a huge hug and then I waited with my gear for an hour and then we finally got out of check in and went into ...
... It featured a parrot that could talk and sing in three languages. Having seen the parrots saying what sounded like hello in their exhibit, and this parrot talking perfectly, I wasn't convinced there wasn't a girl out the back pretending to be the parrot. I didn't take many photos at the bird park because understandably most of the birds were in cages. There were some free flying aviaries but it was too difficult to photograph birds in there. I took ...
... that had every type of product imaginable for very low prices. I bought some pots & pans for the apartment so I can finally start cooking. I was happy to see signs for so many vegetarian restaurants because finding vegetarian food has surprisingly been a struggle. We kept walking and walking and finally went into this HUGE store called Mustafa Centre. It has everything under the sun. It's a 4 story chaotic inefficient wal-mart.The 6 of us ...
... We went to three that night! Again, getting around was like a
strategy game on how to avoid and weave through masses of people.
We got a great vantage point for the
show. It was so cool how the exact silhouette of the statue was
illuminated and animated along with the music. Some was dorky as all
get-out, but they did have some catchy tunes. Of course, they played
some national songs that I could sings along to at this point. My
favourite part was the ...