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yummy and a a lot of nature.
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Very hazy this morning in Singapore. We walked over to East Park to see the ships coming in and out of the harbour. A lot of boats sitting out there but due to the haze unable to see the city or much of the harbour. A good flight on Lao airlines to Vientiane. About 3 hours. Looks like a few changes since we were last here. They actually have real taxis now. Arrived into the end of the rainy ...
I can't believe it! I will be away for the next 3 weeks. I hope I packed everything. Sitting at the lounge having my last SG food, looking around, I see 2 Japanese having very healthy breakkie, salad and fruits (I am hearing them speak 日本語). Bye SG! I'm going to miss ...
... this city. But underneath all this wealth and beauty, the city feels empty. It is not like London, or even Rotterdam. There is no raw edge, no energy, no real city vibe. I feel like I'm in a perfect suburb where everyone is content and life is convenient. Shopping seems to be the #1 national sport of Singapore, as literally everywhere you go you'll end up in a huge mall. Basically here life revolves around making money and spending it. The first day was a bit of ...
The ceremony started with an English and a Mandarin host duo. Then, at 9am all across the country, the air raid sirens wailed into life. They held a screaming note for what seemed like a minute that sent an uncomfortable feeling down my spine. I have never had reason to associate those sirens with a certain event, but I heard them and didn't like it. Eerie. I have a video of most of the recording of Lee Kwan Yew reading the proclamation. Even though ...
... her appearance. And so it was here, in 1915, that a legend was born. The Long Room at Raffles Hotel is the only place in the country where it is legal to litter. Anywhere else and it will cost you a $1000 fine, but patrons at Singapore's most famous bar are encouraged to throw their peanut shells on the floor. And it is the only place to partake in that sweet, pink, frothy concoction known as the Singapore ...