Resorts World Sentosa - Crockfords Tower
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... telling you you were cursed and there was actual fire above you. Really, it was like going to hell. The worse part? When the whole ride went into complete pitch darkness, dropped and started going backwards?! Dear reader, I left that ride completely traumatised. In fact, I only went on the once, I couldn’t quite face the ghouls again…yikes! After a more sedentary trip on the Treasure Hunters safari, we headed off to Jurassic Park where Sophia insisted I go on one of the ...
... Merlion to the butterfly park. I was actually quite surprised how small it was, we entered through a dim, wet cave like corridor and through an array of greenery before pushing our way through some hanging chains and opening a door. Inside, there were literally hundreds of butterflies of every colour, flying everywhere. It was almost surreal to watch them bat their wings and gently float around. Another shower passed over but none of use really minded, watching the butterflies ...
... then, why a good portion of our 2 days in Singapore was in the mall. Big malls, huge malls and ginormous malls. Singapore has a network of malls that start above ground and burrow underground for miles, creating an interconnecting web of underground living (and spending) opportunities. You can go from your hotel, to the mall, to the nearest ridiculously large and high quality food court (calling it a Food court doesn’t really do it justice), to the subway, to ...
... was very efficient it all took too much time, so we decide to go shopping for cruise ship essentials, and get out last taste of Singaporean food. We decide to visit the noodle making man once more and enjoy a slurpy bowl of noodle soup.
Essentials and assorted bits and bobs picked up, we get aboard the ship and explore our new home for the next 42 days. It is almost exactly the same layout as the last ship, with some ...
... organized place. We never saw a policeman, nor heard a siren. The huge ferris wheel, we were told, is worth the experience. Don’t bother to get a local “Sim” card for your phone. We bought ours at a 7/11 @$15.00(S), and never used them. No tattoos. No purple-haired, pants to the ****** kids. Families in the mall. Well-behaved young people everywhere. Construction everywhere. Friendly people.
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