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PIA Singapore: Rachel's Singapore Journey
Sunday, September 5, 2010
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Orchids from Tim
Who needs the National Orchid Garden when your boyfriend sends you these for your birthday! Thanks Tim!
In the 1960's Singapore decided it needed a symbol...so they made up the Merlion...half lion/half mermaid creature. It is now one of the most recognized symbols of Singapore.
Walking to the Merlion
Lisa, me and Jeremy from France
Lisa and Will and their matching cameras...how cute!
Asian "Ice Cream"
Mine was basically chocolate flavored shaved ice with coco cereal and hot fudge on it...delicious seriously.
Monkeys...and not the zoo kind
Real wild monkeys in the middle of the road in Sentosa...they were camera shy and wouldn't look at me though.
Sentosa some more
Lisa, Steph, and I on the beach
Dylan, Lisa, Stephanie and I
Stephanie and I and some great (and spicy) Thai food.
Lisa and I
We successfully had a blast during our first clubbing experience in Singapore!
Some of the crew out clubbing on my birthday.
Jacob, Lisa, Stephanie, Hannah, and I at dbl O dancing.
Andrew, me, Jacob, Neil, Lisa, and Stephanie at the Thai Restaurant on my birthday.
My new roommate, Stephanie, and I getting ready to go out on my birthday.
The view from VIVOCity, a shopping mall near the Singapore Harbour.
The Singapore Botanic Gardens also includes the National Orchid Garden. Here is one of the lovely flowers.
A lovely waterfall in the Botanic Gardens.
Jenny and I strolling through the Botanic Gardens. It was a beautiful and relaxing afternoon.
Lisa and I in Indonesia at dusk.
Pina coladas, a white sand beach, an infinty pool and good friends...life doesn't get much better than this. Jayme and I
During the rain...
Playing cards and hanging out in Indonesia...Glen, Joe, Lisa, Donny and I waiting out the storm.
Before the rain...
Jacob and I on the beach in Indonesia.
We're On a Boat
The gang on the way to Indonesia for our beach day.
It is staring to feel a little more homey here.
The markets and stahls in Little India are amazing...so many wonderful sights and smells...it is beautiful!
Looking at Clark Quay from a bridge nearby...very European.
I liked my henna so much that I bought a pen in Little India and practiced on Jacob and Lisa.
It was like college again...Neil, Jayme, Will, Colin, and Greisha being boys and playing beer pong.
Donny, Jayme, me, Lisa and Jacob having margaritas on Clark Quay.
Neil, Jayme, Marcus, Will, Lisa and I after our lunch in Little India.
Eating in Little India
Lisa, Marcus, and Will learning to eat with their hands in Little India!
This is the henna tattoo that Neil did...it means Big Sister in Tamal, an Indian language.
Standing outside the Botanic Gardens...this is where I met Shannon, Patrik and Grace.
A view of the restaurants and bars at Boat Quay along the Singapore River my first day.
A flight attendant on Singapore Air!
Eating at the Hawker Center
Hannah, Jacob, Marcus, and I having dinner after our training on Wednesday
My life on a bus
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