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A red-eye started our 3 country adventure and when we landed in Singapore our eyes sure were red. It was an interesting flight. People eating at 1am, then again at 4am, lights on and off, so many announcements - mostly trying to sell us things, and people coughing without covering their mouths. Yes, all the best things about a flight. But once we landed my excitement took over and I left all that behind. Through customs and into a cab, we were making our way ...
... Dit complex is door de prachtige architectuur en flora een de meest nieuwe "Must see" in Singapore. Na een aantal uren hier te hebben rondgelopen pakken we de bus terug naar Suus. Daar gaan we eigelijk meteen door een hapje eten met haar in het na bijgelegen "Holland Village" (expat dorp in Singapore) waar wij lekker bijkletsen en Indiaas eten samen met Suus. Morgen vroeg op want dan gaan we naar Yogyokarta, Indonesie!!! The first day of our holiday. We had a little bit ...
Today is Team 1's visit to Chinatown for our H102 module. In Chinatown we visited a few places such as the peoples park, the Chinatown street market, the Chinatown Heritage in the street market as well as one of the Chinatown's temple.
... From the harsh living conditions in the migrants' native land to the new life in Chinatown to the golden years of the 1950s.
Sri Mariamman Temple
The second must see place in Chinatown would have to be the Sri Mariamman Temple. It is the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Mariamman, known for her power in curing epidemic illnesses and diseases. The Sri Mariamman Temple is ...
... it was closed by the time we got there.
The major rivers that we explored were the Mississippi (North America), Congo (Africa), Ganges (Asia), Murray (Australia), and Amazon (South America) Rivers.
Below are some of my favourite pictures of the animals that we saw.