Great World Serviced Apartments
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... took us to a somewhat ran down residential area. We found the best hand made noodles with fish balls around the area, but the satay was only so -so. We learned that we can go up to the observation deck in the Ion Tower and we should be there for the sunset. The first 6 floors of the tower is a high end shopping mall. We have never seen so many expensive malls and so many Luis Vitton stores in a city of 5 million, we must have ...
... Singapore. We walked for miles through the city stopping at the famous Raffles Hotel where the Singapore Sling was invented. Tanya and I had to try one. We had dinner at a seaside restaurant then early to bed because we were meeting our guide in the ...
... 40+ of them during my hike. It was a hot day as the sun was actually out today and my body could feel it. I of course had a good about of water with me. My iPhone app helped me realize that I hike at about 11 minutes per KM meaning my 14.5KM 'walk' was going to take a while. I kept seeing signs for a HSBC Tree walk, intrigued I did the extra loop and was rewarded with a 150M suspension bridge high above the canopy ...
... with Poppy to take her to check in at the transfer desk, so she could get rid of her luggage and get the air-train ticket to take her to the domestic terminal.
Luggage free and with all our own hand luggage in tow, we traipsed to find our last food fest together. The 'Spoon' looked ideal, so ordered our last cooked breakfast and looked forward to all the positives to come. By 9am saying our own fond farewells with hugs to last ...
... heard on takeoff; the flap jacks sound like racing car engines, the undercarriage sounds like it's coming through the floor and when the undercarriage went down again for landing it really sounded like it had broken off, the noise was so loud.
Now we're killing time at Changi Airport, for three hours or so. Lots of nice shops, but very quiet. The girls are all ...