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Monday, May 28, 2007

Ships at Sea....

Today and also tomorrow, I am attending an English class at the British Council. Yes I am attending English Class!!

The course is called "Say It Clearly". Speaking English since young, it's never been this diffucult until today! haha...



Being a Daily Photoblogger, I had my camera with me, and this was the view out the classroom.
Those are the ships that brings goods to Singapore daily.

7 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

A beautiful photograph.

I am glad I was fortunate enough to come to your blog today to learn about your taking English and to see the ships in the ocean. Nice work.

I have some good news:

The three baby robins are on their way to Meet the World. I miss them already. It was quite an emotional experience.
Brookville Daily Photo

JollyGreenP said...

Reminds me of when I was at Alexandra Grammar school in 1959. We had a view just like that out of the window. I can remember watching out the window as the Nevassa sailed in; we were supposed to go home on her but my father and brother were declared unfit to travel as they had a severe dose of influenza so we ended up flying home to the UK on a Brittania from Paya Lebar airport. I understand that AGS is now the international school in Singapore.

Dsole said...

what a great sight!! i wouldn't attend my class and be all time watching by that window! wow! you were so high!

Olivier said...

Une superbe vue, bravo pour la photo


A superb sight, cheer for the photograph

Henry Leong said...

Nice view.http://henryleongblog.blogspot.com/

Wai Ling said...

Thanks for posting all the beautiful scenes of singapore. I really miss them very much as I am currently in melbourne.I even bookmark your site so I can see them whenever I miss home (friends and family).

Keropok Man said...

Ab,
Phonetics is so difficult! haha..

JollyGreenp,
Hmmm must find out more about AGS. Didn't know it exist! haha...

dsole,
The British Council's right in the Financial district, and all buildings there are all so high...

Olivier,
Thanks!

Henry,
Will view your blog!

WaiLing,
No worries. Melbourne's a nice place. I lived there for a few years :-)

I think you miss the food too right? hehe... Visit my food blog for tempting sights. haha.... maybe better not....