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Singapore Reunion - June 2014 

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Singapore Reunion 2014
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Taliap, my amah

Lynne Copping and Jean Smith with Taliap, our old amah.

 

Large snail !!

 

Site of the old National Theatre

Site of the old National Theatre

Site of the old National Theatre

Thanks to Julie Ivens for these photos

Bay Gardens South

The new Singapore

Iconic Waterfront of Singapore

Attractive Buildings near Clarke Quay

Old Preserved Buildings

As we remember them from the 60s.

Hindu Temple in Clemenceau Avenue

This is where the Thaipusam Festival ends

Trishaws in Clemenceau Avenue

Not so many of these in the Singapore of 2014

View from the Karanji Cemetery

Raffles Hotel

St Andrews Church, Sembawang
This church was inside the former Naval Base

The former Dockyard Pool
Now Terror Pool run by the Americans.

292 Kenya Crescent
We lived here in 67/68 and in 2014 the kind resident invited me in for a look around.

 

My former house in the Naval Base

In 1967/8 the address was 292 Sudan Road. The house sits in Kenya Crescent at the bottom of Sudan Road. The new address is more true.

Thanks to Sue B

 
       

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