Our last night and day in Singapore was simply sensational! Elder and Sister Weichers who were with us every step of the way on our terrific tour. Sister Weichers (Suki) was taking pictures of every step and is making a book for us of our adventures for which we will be forever grateful!
Singapore rivals Dubai in scope and is sort of a sophisticated Las Vegas in its spectacularness! We went with the Weichers to The Bay and saw an amazing laser show depicting The Circle of Life in water. That’s just too confusing to understand unless you’ve been there but it was pretty amazing!
From there we walked through enormous building after enormous building that puts one in awe of the creativity and ingenuity of mankind. It was truly a sight to behold!
Just incredible people movers”
The Singapore Eyre has got to be almost exciting as the London Eye
Eyre with an Eye:
Wish we had time to go to the Botanical Gardens that you can see in the background where those three green “trees” are shining forth. Sounds as though it must be the most amazing array of God’s creations anywhere on earth. Some inside and some out.
A boat balanced on top of three skyscraper hotels with a swimming pool inside. Really? Yup!
The next morning, the Weichers were kind enough to take me to the most fabulous aquarium on earth! Richard stayed behind to work on a book deadline but we had a wonderful time. The glass in some of these rooms were a hundred feet wide and 50 feet tall. It was in a facility that was much like Universal Studios with some very unique additions. Yes that is water vapor in the background. It was about 90 degrees and 90% humidity most of the days we were there.
We experience a shipwreck from many dynasties ago which was our introduction to the aquarium.
Every once in a while we found a “window washer” keeping things clean on the inside. Seems like a fun job!
This is models of fishermen on stilts which you can see a picture of in the background. This is really the way they fish all over SE Asia.
Nemo was there. A little blurry because he moves so fast!
Eels galore and so much more!
The wonder of it all with magical music playing in the background just sucks you in. It’s mesmerizing! We watched the incredible sights under the sea for a long long time!
The best hosts ever, Sister Suki and Elder Michael Weichers are now friends forever. What a glorious way to end our journey through South East Asia. We loved all we learned and all we experienced because of these two great people:
We couldn’t thank them enough as we headed for our 23 hour trip home, packed to the brim with wondrous memories of a joyous journey.