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The things I did in SSSSSSSentosa!


I Luge-d... (no pic of the actualy Luge ride though.. ;P)

Sky-(rode)ride...


Ran from the lift... Haha!


Segway-ed...


Saw the fishes...


And sang with the sea... (Songs of the Sea)


What a day that was! Now.. let's do it again. Soon! ;)

CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

kg said…
sayang di kami kami kami nakapunta dito! :)

song of the sea looks amazing! actually, yan din sana ang gusto namin makita! :)
princess_dyanie said…
so hows the segway? wala pa nyan nung nagpunta kami last 2008 hehe :P
Calv said…
ok yung luge. we did that too. not the segway though. next time if ever makabalik kami singapore.
Chyng said…
looks very fun. kaso i cant afford SG. hihi
docgelo said…
sg is included in our must-travel list. and your post is so inviting! =)
witsandnuts said…
Eto pala yung Songs of the Sea. I watched something like this in the UAE in 2008, it's called Jumana Show naman. =)
Rico said…
Looks so much fun! Alam mo bang hindi namin ito nagawa? Preggy kasi si wife tapos medyo long travel. Pero next time sasakay din kami dyan!
Cza said…
@kg - next time ulit! :D

@princess_dyanie - masaya!!! i wanna do it again. ;D

@Calv - Yeah.. try it next time. Masaya sya pramis. Scary lang pag first try. Hehe.

@Chyng - Let's save up for it! I wanna go back. :)

@docgelo - Go go go! It's really a fun place to visit. =D

@witsandnuts - It's a feast for the eyes.. the kids were clapping all throughout the show. :D

@Rico - Balik kayo pag pwede na rin si baby. :D

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