Tuesday, April 26, 2016

25 April

Happy Hours, 3D metal sculpture by Israel artist David Gerstein
at 5 floor Lift Lobby
Early morning, I accompanied my incredible to National Heart Centre (NHCS) @ SGH for 2D-Echo Scan and Treadmill Test requested by MCC as part of pre-enlistment screening.  Since the scan needed an hour, I ventured up to the top floor instead of sitting idly at the waiting area, planning to take some shots of the Pinnacle @ Duxton through the windows.
Waiting area at 5th floor

Then I saw it.
The sky was so dramatic.  Gosh! As if angels are coming down through the light ......
It was around 10am.

The medical check finished around 12pm plus.  We were famished, and decided to have our lunch at The Reading Room, which is within 10-15 mins walking distance.

The yellow cylinder-shaped building, Pearl Bank Apartments 珍珠苑 is the oldest high-rise residential building in Chinatown. It has been there as long as I can remember.

After lunch, we went to The Grassroots Book Room 草根書室 to buy books, then to Hobby Point @ Bras Basah Complex for some model kits before crossed over the road to have afternoon tea and take a nap at the cafe till 5pm and continued to Mint Museum of Toys to kill time.  Our last destination for the day was the Launch of +50 Books at Objectifs from 7:30pm.

Unfortunately, my incredible was not feeling well, and started having fever.  Barely managed to say Hi to Kay Chin, we left and headed home.

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