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... the extraordinary experiences of those interned there during the war. Was moved by all the stories but especially the ones by the women - their story doesn't make the books or the movies very often but was just as terrible as the ones we hear most about. It was a fitting ending to the WWII theme of our holiday & I lit a candle in the chapel & placed it in the Changi sand with a prayer for an end to all wars. Dined at the Penny Black ...
... initial shock when we visited the temple as we thought the temple is far from the Chinatown station, as after all it is an area dominated by the Chinese. It was also very surprising as we had also found a mosque in the next street. We were very impressed that all these places of worships are able to coexist peacefully within a few meters of each other. I think that it is an aspect of Singapore's unique multi-cultural side which can be clearly seen in Chinatown. ...
... in those kind of settings had about as much appeal as learning Spanish in the Costa del Sol.
So what better way to experience what I want to than by living with a family? And trying to impart some of my delightful English onto their child? To me it sounds very exciting!!!! So the last few days I have spent working on my application (a rather rigorous process) with the help of friends and family who I've had to call on for ...
Another hot, sunny day here in Singapore. Travelled to the Bay and checked out how to get to the Gardens. All the new buildings and bridges were amazing. Decided it would be best to go for the light show in the evening as it was so hot.
The train stations are so clean and graffitti free - a big change from some in Uk and Europe. Definately no beggars ...
After work, my dad and I had some dinner at Kent Ridge Guild House. He ordered chicken rice while I got a vegetarian fried rice. After that, we headed out to Downtown Singapore. My mom stayed at home because her leg was injured.
Once reaching town, we came to the NTUC building where we had tickets to watch a comedy show. Little did I expect the gorgeous view of the bay from where ...
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yummy and a a lot of nature.
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