Leaving Singapore

Trip Start Feb 06, 2006
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Trip End Sep 03, 2006


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Tuesday, February 21, 2006

hey everyone, hope u lot are ok. Just getting ready to leave to the airport and head off to Sydney, should be wicked!!
So on the first day, we took a trip to Santosa, an island off Singapore which is geared up for tourists really! We did a tour which included a cable car ride, Carlsberg sky tower, underwater world, and a cine max ride. Of course, it had to rain when we were there, as always, but all in all it was pretty good. There is a few pictures that you can have a look at but not really much to mention as it was pretty touristy!
We also took a trip to Chinatown and Little India, Orchard road and Arab street, the 4 main attractions of the city. Obviously all different cultures but still the same stall selling watches!!
That night we went to Raffles Hotel which was pretty posh, but we still wore shorts and flip flops obviously!! We enjoyed a pretty expensive cocktail as you will be able to see by the pictures! The place was full of business men smoking large cigars and looked like they had alot more money than we did!! Still had a good night sipping on the little ones as there was a live band playing a few classics!
Yesterday we spent all day at the zoo, especially in the monkey area as they are Andrews favorite animals. There are loads of pictures of monkeys, so i apologize in advance! My favorite animal is a cat, but they did not have any cats, so i was not happy!! We then took a night safari, which looks at all the animals that are nocturnal. That was good but you couldn't take any pictures due to the flash so nothing to show unfortunately!!
After the ride, we took a walk through the rainforest and we noticed that people were getting scared quite easily so obviously we took full advantage. There was a family in front of us and thanks to Andrews amazing monkey impression, convinced the kids that there was a monkey in the tree, making him very excited. Even the mum was laughing at her kid!!
We then went into the bat sanctuary where we saw these really jumpy girls. I couldn't resist pointing at trees which were by the side of them making them run off!
I also couldn't resist making a random cow impression in the forest where a man then ordered the cow to be shot, a bit random!! We were then surprised to hear loads of other people making random monkey noises, what can i say, trend setters!!!
So now we are just getting ready to leave for Sydney! Speak to you soon.
Jack and Andrew
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Gansta from Lufbra
With the increasing amount of time on my hands (just 8 hrs of lectures this week, the same amount of time on average a cow chews the cud each day) I feel it my duty to provide you with the essential information of each country you visit:

Australia I beleive is your next stop;

1)Emus and kangaroos cannot walk backwards, and are on the Australian coat of arms for that reason.
2)Sydney - Australia's first and largest city. Also known as Sin City. Wanted to be Capital of Australia but its convict stigma counted against it.
3)Dropbears - Dropbears are an evil species of koala that fall from trees and attack humans. The evil strain of koala don't actually exist rather the story was created to fool Americans.
4)Newspaper readership - Per capita, Australians read more newspapers than any other nation.
5)The longest sausage made in Australia was 11 kilometers

I think that will do for now, im playing in a pool tournament thursday so will let you know how well I win. Oh one fianl fact you may find interesting...

Average Ejaculatory Speed
28 miles per hour (45 km/hr). Once it enters the vagina, the sperm takes 5 minutes to cross the 6 inches of territory to the cervix (.0011 mph), namely because they no longer have flight accommodations and must hoof it on foot, so to speak.

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