I don’t think I will ever forget this gig at Seascape Gallery, which is actually a show-flat converted into a dining hall.
When I arrived at the carpark, I was blown away by the sight of the clear water and the yachts – I love yachts! I always wonder who owns them, and if I will ever get the chance to be on one?
One of the staff from Ho Bee, Caroline, was so warm and even insisted that we visit the show-flat!
This is the mock-up of the entire estate (left)… The balcony of each unit is shaped like the bow of a ship, so when you sit down in the living hall, you can imagine yourself on a ship looking out towards the sea:
The interiors are also very sleekly furnished. Basically the four of us were blown away.
I hope whoever earns enough to buy this kind of residence contributes A LOT to charity as well. Speaking of donating, you may be interested to contribute your love story to a lovely couple whom I’m going to sing for in Aug. In my years of wedding-singing, this has been unheard of – they’re compiling short love stories from anyone (anonymous or not) as their wedding favours. I can’t wait to read the final product. If you love mush, this is the time to be mushy: http://www.love-stories-project.blogspot.com/