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I always thought this would be my favourite day and I wasn't disappointed. I booked a session to go swimming with sharks. The Sharks were one of the coolest things I've ever done, there were hammerheads swimming less than a metre away from me. Hammerheads weren't the only sharks, there were reef sharks, sand sharks white tips and quite a few more. …
... a traffic camera ahead, which is followed shortly with a sign stating how fast your going, so not for revenue raising.
Today we went on a tour of the city, very interesting,we stopped at the Merlion Park and enjoyed the impressive views of the Marina Bay. we also visited the Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore's oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples. did take some photo's but we were not allowed to take photo's of the alter. After that we went to ...
... particularly busy. The choice of different regional foods was terrific. My dim sum was great today. Yesterday we walked the colonial section of Singapore...passed the Court House (not remarkable), the Parliament Buildings (interesting) and the Fullerton Hotel opened in 1928 (wonderful). It is hard to believe that this elegant hotel (named after the first Governor of the Straits Settlements from 1826-29) started out as the General Post Office ...
... enjoy this type of shopping and don't even like going to Costco. Unfortunately before we get there I "challenge" L to find something there for $5 that she likes and I will buy it. Turns out we spend our whole time looking for this and I lose interest in shopping for anything quickly as it is impossible to all look for anything separately. The aisles are so narrow and the place is huge. We ...
... to get to my hostel and I eventually arrived about 8.45pm. I dropped my bags and walked down the street to the local Chinese hawker stalls and got some dumplings for tea. I then had a quick walk around the block and found a huge Chinese temple and loads of night markets but it was really busy and I was exhausted so I decided to call it a night. I was happy to be in my little hostel bed having made it to Singapore. Just! My first morning in Singapore was spent trying to figure ...