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... and really loved it. We walked home to the hotel.
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... talk.....very.....slowly...in.... North...America. I'm starting to think Bali and Singapore are a nice way to ease into SE Asia. Clean, good food, and there always seems to be a western toilet option whenever you are out. Toilet paper is somewhat sparse in Singapore as the bum-gun seems to be the more common tool of the trade, so it is a good reminder for the rest of asia.
The next day we explored on our own again. We saw the ...
... warned us that it's tricky to set the hook. (Mom, "set the hook" is what you do when you feel a bite. You jerk the pole back to make sure the hook grabs hold.) Baron gave us instructions - not too hard, not to soft - he said it's tricky to get the hang of. I drop my line in, and kid you not - within 2.5 minutes - my bobber went down. I lift my line back setting the hook, and effortlessly lift a prawn out of the tank. CHAMPION FISHERWOMAN RIGHT HERE FOLKS! Three hours, and ...
Feeling very not awesome today. Am very much regretting the 4am bed time. Last day in Singapore before we fly out at 11pm tonight. Started the day with traditional chicken rice and congee from 5 Star (world famous in Singapore). Then went to Marine Parade shopping centre to meet up with ...
The other night my roommate Olga and I were talking before we went to bed, or as she calls it - having a chat. She left the room to go brush her teeth, and I heard a scream. My roommate Marissa runs out, another scream. Olga runs into the room and asks: Martha, I am sorry to wake you, but can I have your help with something. I spring up, thinking someone got hurt. It was worse. I walked into the bathroom to see it. A big beetle ...
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