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What do you get when you combine a beach with a party?

rain 26 °C

You get the night we had last night. And a lot of sand in your swimsuit.

We had a bit of a lazy day around our hostel yesterday, then decided to go back to Sentosa Island for a beach party. We ran into some guys that we met when we were on the island a few days ago, and they invited us to go with them. It's hard to turn down a beach party. And it ended up being a foam party! Which was really cool.

We decided since we haven't really shared many photos of ourselves yet, we decided that we would put them all in this entry. Because up until now you can barely tell we're even actually in Singapore! Except I think like, one photo of us zip-lining when we were on Sentosa Island.

Dalyce and I when we first arrived in Singapore (not bad for no sleep, eh?)

Kim playing on the beach at Sentosa Island.

Unfortunately we couldn't get Dalyce to wear this to the beach party.

The foam coming down!

Are you guys getting sick of seeing pictures of us yet? We have a couple more we just took of ourselves, then you're done looking at our faces.

Taken with my crappy webcam.

Taken with Kim's fancy new camera.

Alright, now that you've seen that many photos of us, I suppose I could actually write a little bit about the night. It was so much fun. I have been to a couple foam parties in Mexico before, but a Singapore foam party is a whole new experience. It was SO packed on the beach and inside the building. We were inside for most of it because it started pouring rain, unfortunately. And it's really hot, so it was (and still is) so humid.

Kim absolutely loved Sentosa Island, so she loved going back for a second time. And we didn't stay for the night last time we were there, so this was a bit different.

We'll write another blog later (I think Dalyce wants to write the next one) about what we're doing today. Talk to you guys later!


Posted by kdrtvt 13:05

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