Both exhilarating and haunting...

C had the Saturday afternoon off and I immediately pounced on the chance to make plans.

I had always wanted to go to the Marina Bay Sands and even though C and I had the opportunity to when we went to watch the Disney performance, I made reservations to catch the highly acclaimed Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition.

Tickets were for the Dali: Mind of a Genius exhibition as well as Titanic.

Enjoying the view before we went for our dinner.

Cheryl insisted on taking my picture because she complained that I was hogging the camera.

After dinner, we proceeded to the Museum, where we saw the Dali exhibition first.

There were many sculptures and we were memorized by the many paintings too. Creativity really knows no boundaries.

We saved the best for last...
We were each given a boarding pass and on the reverse side, we were to taken on the persona of one of the thousands people who traveled on the Titanic on her fateful maiden voyage.

Photography were prohibited inside so we couldn't take any pictures. But they had recreated some parts of the ship and we couldn't resist. C and Daddy, doing the "Ross-and-Jake" thing though C hasn't seen the movie to really understand what we were rattling about.

Overall, it was an enriching yet haunting experience. Many of the exhibits were artifacts recovered from the wreckage. Many of them still had their names engraved on the items and for some passengers, it seemed they had known it all along that they would never reach the shores of New York City when they boarded the Titanic in Southampton England.


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  • It's been a while since we sat ourselves in a plane. Definitely itching to fly over, to let our hair loose, to catch up with friends and be tourists.