It was amazing, I looked out at the skyline, it was beautiful out there. I saw a lot of buildings, a lot of skyscrapers and heritage. I saw the Marina Bay, I saw neighbourhoods and office blocks and everything, so perfect.
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Richard Platt (Author), Manuela Cappon (Illustrator), Kingfisher, 2009
Neolithic Camp, 3500 B.C. Hunters have been wandering along the Thames riverbanks for as many as 200,000 years, but these Neolithic (New Stone Age) people are among the first to stop and clear the woodland. In addition to hunting and collecting plant foods, like their ancestors before them, they have also begun to grow crops and heard animals in the spaces they have cleared.