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Friday, July 23, 2010

The Big Walk 2010

lim peh ka li kong

Last Sunday on the 18 July 2010, me and my cha-bo-lang went for The New Paper 2010 Big Walk.

lim peh is too old to run and due to ankles old injuries, I can only walk but cannot run.

The starting point for the Big Walk started from the Singapore Flyer and ended at the Marina Bay, just only 5 km.

We woke up early as the Big Walk started at 7.30 am. We parked our car in Ritz Calton and proceed to Singapore Flyer.

There were about 20,000 participants in the Big Walk and some came with funny and unique costumes.

lim peh only managed to take a photo on this one, a hat of the miniature of the Singapore Flyer by this participant.


After walking for a while, we reached the finish point.

There was this Big Carnival @ Marina Bay and lim peh hiao hiao took some photos.



While going back to Ritz Calton, we walked pass Marina Bay Sand and no, lim peh didn´t go in to try my luck.

Then hor, while walking on the bridge, lim peh saw a Dragon Boat coming towards my direction. My instinct told me to stay put and see the people rolling the Dragon Boat.
Nearer...
Nearer...
And yes, a whole boat of 妹妹。
The Building. While we were walking back to collect our car, there were still many participants in the midst of the journey. (See the whole stretch of Walkers).
Cannot see clearly? Think your 老花 is as bad as mine lah.
While those later comers walking their way, a young participant was strolling back alone in the opposite direction.
On the way, we saw some paintings which were displayed. See the Merlion, cute hor?
Wahahaha, this Merlion darn tok kong, got thorns somemore, just like the Durian building.
If you have not noticed, there´s something rather unique in Singapore. Normally, the grass paths are left alone and after sometimes, people walking on it will leave a "foot path" whereby the respective department will then place some path for people to walk.
Saw this interest ones on the way back. The tiles were laid on the brownish soil path after people walked onto the area.
A closer look showed that the tile was decorated with lots of hearts.
And yes, YOG is everywhere. We can´t really miss it as we were constantly reminded of it.
Here and...

there.
lim peh kong wan liao
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