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... mini moat running around the top of his groovy, designer stubbled head. Or, forgive me for my sanctimonious attitude - is it just his vanity and he's wearing it because he thinks the hat makes him look groovy and trendy and not like a ******! It's boiling hot inside the plane waiting for takeoff, like a sauna, so hope we get up in the sky soon and get some cool air circulating. It will help trim a few kilos off me though, if it keeps up, which it won't I hope. 4 hours into ...
... heart right away! I loved looking closely at all the detail put into the streets and city scenes, and it was all made of lego! Every single bit! I saw: grandmas with walking canes and hunched backs, tourists with their camera, street vendors selling kabobs, boats and cars driving about, ice cream trucks, loads of people hanging out in a coffee shop, tipped over luggage at the airport, rafflesia flowers, you name it!!!
We then moved ...
... 10, or the usual Chinese snack shop selling bags of chicken feet and dried duck! Typical Chinese planning!
Our flight was delayed by about an hour, but eventually we were on our way. We had a good flight down to Hong Kong and fortunately the current Occupy Hong Kong demonstrations did not affect our transfer at the airport.
We eventually arrived in Singapore about 6.30pm and had a lovely taxi driver in a beautiful ...
... away the weather. The street carts have gone, replaced by permanent outdoor kitchens, and the street vendors have been replaced by whited coated chefs. In typical Singapore fashion all charm that existed has been stripped away and replaced by a concession that is making someone who is well connected a lot of money.
Late in afternoon after watching on TV the Eagles lose yet another game ...
... temple. They all sat down on the floor and they were chanting to their own language and worshiping their God together.
Next to the South Indian Hindu Temple is a Chinese temple called Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple. "Kwan Im" refers to the Goddness of Mercy. This temple is very well-known among the Buddhist religion as the temple grants prayers whenever you pay your respect by offering incense, clean water, fruits and fresh flowers to dedicate to the "Kwan ...