Next Run Details – Sunday 14th January – St. John’s Island

DETAILS FOR NON-CAMPERS
872nd Hash – St. John’s Island Hash
: Sunday 14th January

Hares:  TJ & Kapai Hynds

Food:  Hot Dogs

Registration: 9:45 AM start – IF YOU ARE NOT CAMPING (SEE FERRY DETAILS BELOW)

Location: St. John’s Island.   

Ferries depart Marina South Pier 9am.  NB: If you miss this Ferry, you will miss the start of the Hash!
 
Ferry is $18/adult $12/child (age 1-12), return ticket.  No need to pre-book, just buy your ticket at the ticket kiosk (orange desk just behind security) on arrival at Marina South Pier. 
 
Marina South Pier is easily reached by MRT (red line, Marina South Pier station), or by taxi.
 
There is no parking at Marina South Pier, so do not plan to park your car. (There is some parking at the cruise ship terminal and at gardens by the bay meadow carpark, but both are 10-15 minute walk and will cost you quite a bit for 24-hour parking).
 
On St John:
Once you reach St John Island, there’s an island map at the end of the jetty.  We are at camp 2 & 3, which is up the hill from camp 5 that we stayed at last year. 

GoogleMap Link: 

https://goo.gl/maps/KbXM8ywwBrn

[NB:  If you are still keen to join the Horrors camping please email myerscamilla@hotmail.com

Arrangements occasionally change before the run, so please check the website or our Facebook page the day of the hash to make sure you do not get lost before you have even started.

Dues: ***This is the first run of the 1st Quarter – Quarterly Fees are due!***

1st Child: $60
2nd: $50
3rd/4th/etc: $40
Guest: $20 per run

Disclaimer: Hashing is a vigorous physical activity. If there is any damage done – physically, emotional, spiritually and various other forms that your lawyer and you can think of – you are ultimately responsible for yourself.

On, on…

Stuart Brown – Web Hash.
 
Instagram: @hashhousehorrors
Facebook: Hash House Horrors (Singapore)


DETAILS FOR NON-CAMPERS

Dear Campers (nearly 100 of us!),


Please find below info for the camping & our 872nd hash on St John’s Island 13th &14th Jan.
 
Getting there:-
Ferries depart Marina South Pier 9am/11am/1pm/3pm.
Ferry is $18/adult $12/child (age 1-12), return ticket.  No need to pre-book, just buy your ticket at the ticket kiosk (orange desk just behind security) on arrival at Marina South Pier. We suggest getting either the 11am or 1pm ferry – the campsite itself won’t be open until 3pm but you can explore the island, swim etc. If you do take the 3pm ferry, be sure not to miss it!
Marina South Pier is easily reached by MRT (red line, Marina South Pier station), or by taxi.
There is no parking at Marina South Pier, so do not plan to park your car. (There is some parking at the cruise ship terminal and at gardens by the bay meadow carpark, but both are 10-15 minute walk and will cost you quite a bit for 24-hour parking).
Please note that lunch is not provided on Saturday so please arrange your own.
On St John:
Once you reach St John Island, there’s an island map at the end of the jetty.  We are at camp 2 & 3, which is up the hill from camp 5 that we stayed at last year.  A roller suitcase is quite handy as there’s footpath all the way and it’s a good 10-15min walk.
Weekend Schedule:
Saturday:
Adults set up camp
Kids explore the island
Swim/explore the mud (low tide 3.30pm).
7pm dinner 
7pm-midnight outdoor fun (bring a torch per child) – please no iPads/phones/laptops for the kids – permitted discretely for addicted adults, if you must 🙂
9pm lights out in the dorm, so that those who want to sleep (e.g. young kids) can do so.  Note this doesn’t mean the kids have to go to bed – kids can stay up as late as parents allow, but just outside, not in the dorm. No iPads, lit screens, talking or packing/unpacking of bags in the dorm after 9pm please.
 
Sunday
7-8.30am breakfast 
9:45am Hash
12noon Lunch 
Ferries depart 11:50am1:50pm3:50pm5:50pm.
Food:
Saturday dinner, Sunday breakfast & lunch will be provided:
– spaghetti bolognaise
– scrambled eggs, toast, bacon sandwiches
– hot dogs
**Any special dietary requirements please do let us know.**
Saturday lunch & snacks please arrange your own.
NB:  There is no shop on the island.
Water:
The tap water is on the island is same standard as rest of Singapore.
Duties: we need everyone to please pitch in to help:
– carry stuff up the hill to the camp
– set up
– organise games/activities for the kids
– cook
– wash dishes
– next day clean up
– carry stuff back to the ferry
Facilites:
Our camp has two 60-bed naturally ventilated (no aircon!) dorms, mattress & clean sheets supplied, but you’re also welcome to bring a tent if you have one.
We also have a kitchen/dining hall including gas cooker, woks, pots, pans, plates, cutlery etc.
There’s cold showers, flush toilets, electricity, fridge, chairs, tables.
Please bring: water, snacks, swimming clothes, sunscreen, torch, 1 Toilet roll, Towel, Toiletries, 1x tea towel for drying dishes, lunch on sat, beer, wine etc something for your kids to play with (frisbee, ball, matches, etc).

 

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