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... we were expecting most things to be expensive. If you love shopping, you will love Singapore! Pretty much every tube station is under a shopping mall of at least 4 stories! As soon as we got to Peter's we went straight for a nap as we had been awake for over 24 hours..! I think we are now on Singapore time but we still wake up in the mornings feeling extremely tired and odd, but it's nothing a coffee from our favourite Singapore cafe The Coffee Bean ...
... let him know how much she is enjoying herself. We have met Barbara twice at dinner so far – and travelling alone after her husband passed away 3 months ago. Brave lady.
The Swedes we helped invited us to Club Fusion for Happy Hour drinks and bought us a couple of rounds of wine – very civilised !! Anna does not drink a lot of alcohol and after two glasses of NZ Sauvignon Blanc, she was whizzy as a wheel !! But we had a good chat ...
... full of buzzing nightlife). We met karum and kaivan there and spent sometime chilling, walking around and ended up chilling by kaivans pool. He has a sick place in central marina and seems to be living the life - Im honestly considering a career or atleast a few years working in singapore. It's clean, pays well, low tax, safe, multi cultural and has good food! What else can you ask for? The following morning we had breakfast at home - again it ...
I was impressed with Singapore from the moment we landed in Changi Airport! What a nice and huge airport. There are orchids everywhere since it's their national flower and lots of other flowers too. Singapore means Lions City because the first person to sail to Singapore from Indonesia in the 13th century thought he saw a lion-most likely a tiger since they roamed the land until the 1900's. The area went back and forth between the ...
... drink, made of rose water and
basically sugar water. It was very aromatic and colourful. The
bandung was to cool me down from the super-tasty teh alia, or ginger
tea. It is a popular malay/Muslim drink. I tasted mee siam, a dish of
egg noodles in a sweet peanut curry with an egg, cubes of tofu, and a
generous garnish of burning hot chilis! There was also tauhu goreng,
which is a block of fried tofu swimming in peanut sauce and cucumber