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... planned because the following day there was a festival called the Thaipusam Festival. This is celebrated on the full moon of the Tamil month of Thai. Singapore is one of the only countries in the world where the procession can still be carried out in public. Devotees carry a Kavadi, which is a physical burden that requires help from the God Muragan. To prepare for the festival, the devotees will fast for up to 48 days in which time they can only ...
... said that I couldn't hold out either, so we both had several hours sleep before we ventured out to discover the surroundings. After a 10 minute stroll and discovering the most amazing underground walk system, brilliant, certainly have got safety for pedestrians in mind here! We emerged above ground to the sight of the Raffles Hotel, the birthplace of the Singapore sling. It is an amazing building considering that it started off as a small beachside cottage in the ...
... to the hotel for a shower and an afternoon nap.
All to soon its 6.30, the night zoo opens at 7.30 and we've got to find a way of getting there, we have some complicated directions using the train and bus, but as everything else has been free we opt for a taxi. 30 mins later we are in the queue, but it seems it's the wrong queue, because with our vouchers its a different queue and it's free.
Part of our tickets gets us a tram ride round the ...
Today we went to little India and had a curry for lunch. We then made our way to boat quay to get the boat tour around marina bay and up to Clarke quay. In the Evening we went to the Hard Rock Cafe for dinner and a comedy show both were very good. Comedian was called Kumar (A lady boy) was very funny!! We then went to Jamboree for a drink and then another club for one more. Was a very good night all in ...
I've been wondering whether or not I should write about this experience of mine on this blog, as actually I'm somewhat unsure of what the repercussions could be. If you happen to read this and see it's disappeared the next time you visit my blog, you'll know I got a sign that I should remove it!
The other week I got stopped at an MRT station by 2 girls, and they asked if I would do a survey for them. It was a survey about religion, God, faith, ...