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The past year plus has been interesting, fascinating and at times nostalgic for me. I’ve visited a lot of places, a few countries, met some wonderful people which paved way to some great friendships. OK, let’s get to the bottom of this
I have visited the Sentosa Island finally! I’m particularly not big on the Universal Studios and the ...
... had seen other (less desirable) parts of the city that were nowhere near as nice, but as tourists who stayed on the tourist track - I thought the bits I saw were really lovely.
Arriving at the MBS, we head straight to check-in. There was no one else waiting so we were served immediately. When we booked online, the booking stated that our room configuration was to be a single queen bed and a single fold-out bed. As I wasn't too keen on sharing a queen ...
... Noted: 1. Majority of population live in apartments. I thought they were very patriotic with flags hanging out of their windows. On closer examination it was their washing. 2. Umbrellas are multi functional they use them not only on rainy days but every other day for shade. 3. Walking around Singapore is like walking in a ...
... the eyes and not given it a second thought. Different shapes, sizes etc and now, all of a sudden so much time and money is spent grooming them to look like you purchased them and stuck them on. As I walked around the market an oriental lady in a pink lab-coat and a pink dressing-table-mirror in her hand approached me and said "Let me do your eyes", to which I said politely but firmly "No thank you". "Oh but you need to have them done", ...
Simon gave a masterclass in being involved on the cricket field by scoring his runs while being dropped. After Simon's and the Major's departures, the fireworks started.
Morrie and Steensy wielded the willow as expertly as a certain Persian belly dancer wobbled her body. The orange balls were flying everywhere as these two boys demonstrated how optic nerve exercises can benefit aging cricketers. Morrie hit a quick 22 including a big ...