This week was so fuck-busy at work cos of a last minute project. Stayed late at work everyday (And I'm the kind that only does overtime once/twice on a yearly basis, imagine that. Me + Overtime do not mix.) and even helped with the labour work of stuffing down feathers into cushions. Not a fun job, I tell you. Every cushion I stuffed, I briefly wondered how many ducks' feathers were used. Also made my arms ache soooo bad. And not in a delicious way. (Which, by the way, I now know Yoko-Yoko does not help much with muscle aches. At all. Pffft.)
Last week, however, was pretty awesome:
a) Met Joel for last-minute dinner. Talked soooo long about random stuff & shopped in supermarkets & Daiso. We are so housewives material at heart. I love this man.
b) Boyf dropped by to my workplace to have lunch with me! He skipped the chance to sleep late & accompanied me for lunch, afterwhich we shopped for snacks to be stocked in my office's snack drawer. (Yes, I've got a snack drawer. Problem? :) He also brought fruits (On my persuasion) for my colleagues - which they did not even leave a single piece for me. -sad-
c) Tea-time, which turned out to be a late lunch cum dinner with Leemin & Greg. Walked the hell outta Ang Mo Kio & concluded that there wasn't much to be done there (Which wasn't movies or K-box - both of which we were not keen in.) Ate/talked so much it wasn't even funny anymore. (Okay, our conversation contents were highly humorous, if I'd say so myself.) And Greg accompanied us to shop for clothes! We told him it was training for when he'd get a girlfriend. HAHAHA. So, so, so much love for these two. ♥
Alrighty. Gonna update with a trip with the 2 important people in my life, we went to the Night Safari Singapore together! Ever since dropping by the Halloween Horrors 2 years back I've always wanted to make a decent trip back to explore the place. If you'd know me, I've always loved celebrating my birthdays at tourist attractions. (I've celebrated before at Singapore Zoo, which, by the way: Offers free admission for your birthday! Also went to Jurong Bird Park, which also has the same offer as Singapore Zoo, since they're under the same group. My last birthday was spent at Hong Kong's Disneyland :)
This is Shimin looking really happy about pretending her leg is bitten by a crocodile (Or alligator. I can't tell for nuts)
This is me & my boyfriend of 6 years, who is ridiculously skinny.
At the Entrance of the Night Safari Singapore. Admission opens at 7.30pm, shops open earlier.
A blur picture of a fishing cat, which was pacing around way too fast.
The only thing that came to my mind was Sandshrew. I seriously can't remember the name!?
Apparently, according to the Zookeepers, they have alot of different breeds of 'em at the Night Safari.
Interesting fact: Did you know the green/white at the Night Safari cannot be seen under the animals' eyes? They were built so that visitors can see the animals at their most natural.
Also, no flash photography is to be used at the Night Safari!
One of my favourite reptiles, but they creep me out every. Single. Time.
They were fucking huge, around 3/4 of my height!
Another of my favourite animals.
Me & Shimin ran out of the Bats' Wing the moment the bats flew past our heads. (Super huge!!) Boyf stayed to conquer them (And take photos.)
Super cute otters!!
There are much, much more animals at the Night Safari, but you have to see them with your own eyes to experience it. It's really a different experience from seeing the animals at the Singapore Zoo I suppose. Night time.. Does have its' charms, especially the tram ride - which you can see the animals really, really clearly. If you're going though, bring Insect Repellent - I did, & I didn't have a single bite.
One of the reasons I love Singapore. Though small, we pack a bunch of things to be done. It's just up to how you explore it :) Ah, National Day is arriving, must remind Mom to hang up the flag!