Monday, May 28, 2012

Singapore in Pictures

One of the best way to travel is to meet people and just wander around.
Here are some more pictures I took while wandering about. 

I love that the under bridge walkways in Singapore are very clean but still some of the best I've seen are in Melbourne.

Follow the light

Brighten up the whole street.

We make do everyday.

White pristine church on a lovely gloomy day.

Time to eat! There is nothing quite like enjoying a good meal on an empty stomach with great company.

Must say the Ramen in Tampopo is very nice. That is all that need to be said.

Great friends are the sort that even if its been years since we met the feelings have never waned.

Supper time!

Our best place in the world (tentatively) for mussels and beer.

Indecently succulent mussels.

The next day it was my time with my little mouse in NUS
The campus is utterly beautiful!
Luscious and green. Perfect spot for picnics, strolls and general breathing.

The rooms are superb! Simple but built with the functions for sharing flatmates in mind.

Us engrossed in out chats. We can talk for hours even though we had just Skyped a few days ago.

Enormous fan stirring the air about.

Beautiful spot.
Time for lunch. Its a little Italian place on campus. Can you guess?

On a whim Ben wanted to go to the Singapore Health Ministry. Whim...

I love the old colonial architecture. 

Next it was time to meet Teddy Bens online playmates.
Off to Marche we trot.

Loads of "OMG you look like this?" chatter giggling like little school boys and stuffing face with yummy food. 
Next we adjourned to some drinks. Little did we know what was in store.

We crossed streets

Practised mobile camwhoring skills.

The the final challenge. I stood there wondering if it was some kind of cruel joke? No, Singaporeans take their walking quite seriously. Fuelled by lazy shame and guilty gluttony we hiked in good spirits. Must say the triumphant view from above was lovely but that could be the gasping talking. A little more to reach our POD.

Cheers, we made it. Well worth it. The Old School on the hills appealed very much to the proud school girl in me. Rustic and full of eccentric character. Great idea to have a little work out up the stairs to muster up a good thirst. 

The band was funny as well as talented. Interacting with the crowd effortlessly. Top class.

Like I said before. Our trip this time was more for the people. We left with souvenirs in the form of photographs and silly videos which I shall not post up for fear of backlash. We left with giggles of memories carefully stores in our memory banks. 

One last post of Singapore coming up, a tale of how Glow got lucky.

5 Comment:

HenRy LeE said...[Reply to comment]

ahhh i miss Singapore.... seems like a pretty awesome trip there! :)

Glo-w~* said...[Reply to comment]

@HenRy LeE I like it too, to a certain extent ^^ Wish we could have stayed longer!

Ying Ying Dai Tao Har said...[Reply to comment]

wow.. nice trip there! :)

TheJessicat said...[Reply to comment]

Hi sweetheart! :D
Oooh I recently got back from my weekend trip in Singapore too! hehe
Nice to know u had fun as well xx

Smooth Criminal F said...[Reply to comment]

wahhhh all the good food really makes people hungry hehe xD