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... market in Bangkok - straight from a relatively normal scenario into organised chaos, bright colours and even brighter smells. The market stalls and shops were mostly selling either the souvenir key rings and wood carvings and tees and knock-off designer stuff that you'd probably expect, or cheap street food. Sticky pork discs and such - we assumed these would be a bit grim but when we eventually tasted one it was actually really nice. In amongst the ocean of ...
... the train to Kuala Lumpur rather than a flight so that we can see more of the country. This was a mistake! The train is old, slow and extremely cold due to the air-conditioning. It was freezing cold for us no matter how many layers of clothes we put on. Next time we will fly again, although apparently in 2020 they'll have a train connection that takes only 1.5 hour!
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... imagine. And most of them didn't even make it back home.
The Visitors' Book enabled people to explain their perspective. Many of the visitors were people who had lost loved ones in this terrible war; fathers, brothers, uncles, cousins and friends. There were beautiful messages of appreciation, gratitude and love for all those who had made the supreme sacrifice. It was so heartbreaking when I couldn't find a single Indian visitor who had signed the book. ...
... The ball swung very quickly and wide down legside past the keeper to the BACKSTOP! It turns out some of the opposition had not played a lot of cricket on an oval and were learning the various fielding positions.
Sufi, the Rawalpindi Express, was an MBA student from Pakistan. He bowled a lot of legside wides, and I wore a full toss on my stomach, but he also bowled to me four perfect inswinging yorkers and at a good pace. I flashed at the only one ...
... our meal with Tiger beers! It was indeed a satisfying and yet inexpensive meal!
Lastly, we decided to take a look at one of the "must-see" places in Chinatown, which is the Chinatown Heritage Centre. We paid a $10 for the entry fee and got a chance to have a look at the 3 storey museum located in the heart of Pagoda street. It has the recognition of "TripAdvisor" as it houses the heritage of olden day Singapore. Besides glancing and viewing ...