I want to marry David Cook!

Nevermind that he is a decade younger than I am. Hahaha. That voice will never put me to sleep. I tell you, it was that Mariah Carey song. He has been my choice from the very beginning. But I love his version of the Mariah Carey song. Very Cris Daughtry.

My top five is on the top six :)

1. David Cook
2. David Archuleta
3. Carly Smithson
4. Brooke White
5. Jason Castro

I know. I heard the bad news. Too bad.

The TV is broken. It's the end of the world boohoohoo.


A break, a break

Finally! Been working non-stop on a website for the past days after avoiding my computer for more than a week. So it's been work, work, work and I haven't had time to do anything else. But I finished a large percentage of my work this weekend so I can relax for the next few days. I love, love, love the break.

So finally, I can upload pics from my Singapoh trip. I like, like, like!

The hi-lights of my trip:

Papa Merlion
The Merlion in Sentosa. One can view the whole Singapore inside it's mouth. So that's how big it is. Mini waterfalls surround it's base.

The Lift and Luge
We rode the luge on the way down, a box car (attached at the back of the lift). It runs at high speed manuevered by levers as it goes on curved bends on a very steep hill. Very exhilarating and the best part of Sentosa if you ask me. On the way up, we rode the lift. I had the lift all to myself with only a spacious brace separating me from a fatal fall. I prayed all the way up :)

Cable Car
Rode the cable car on the way to Sentosa. My first. I love, love, love safety in heights!

Chocolate Fondue at the Hotel Intercon at night. Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and small tiny orange fruit dipped in melted Tobleron. Ayayay heaven!



Guess what? I'm in Singapore. For a few days. And it's like living in a whole new world. Clean. Automated. Everything just seem to have its place. It's almost like ... a science fiction movie. Hehehe. Maybe it's just me being buki in a whole new world. I like it here. It's green. It's organized. Everybody ... well, almost everybody, follow the rules. It will go well with my obsessive compulsive syndrome. I love it. Yet I hate it. I like my world to have a certain madness in it. Otherwise it would be pretty boring.

I have rode the MRT (subway / hiway that connects most destinations.) I have seen Jurong Bird Park and walked a long length of Orhard Road. I've seen Indian temples, Buddhist temples and Jewish temples. I ate noodles and everything here seem to have egg in it. I went to Museums and the National Library. Impressive architecture. Careful planning. How I envy it and wish it could be the same where I come from.

But I say this, with pride: my people are much more friendly. :)

It was not a simple matter for me to get here. A lot of people helped. AS IN! I'm thinking of all the pasalubongs I have to uy just to give back something to these people. So I feel pressured. As my niece would say "Pretty Much! Sheeeeesh!"

I will be posting pics here soon. And though I still have a lot to see, I can't wait to get home.