Hougang Village Residences by Far East Hospitality
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In a hazy in and out of conscious state, I cruised the plane ride that had finally come and had left Dehli on time. Have to say I'm loving Jet Airways. They provide a most dapper slap up service in comparison to Spicejet. What struck me most about the journey were the beauty of the Island's you could spot when looking down .Clear green's and white …
... the day to give my feet a rest and then headed out to meet my old friend Nikola. Just wondered around Chinatown trying to find one of those cat things with the swinging arm. No joy but saw some cool stuff, nice buildings and a temple I got throw out of for having my shoulders on show. Dinner was at another Hawker or food centre and was a plate full of lamb, turkey and chicken satay with a beer. Was good and really cheap. Weather was good so we caught the laser show and had ...
... take and they said 5 days. I'll be in another country by then! While I waited on the barber shop to open, I wandered into a grocery store and stocked up on beer because I knew they would be absurdly expensive at my destination. After my haircut, I jumped on the MRT towards Marina Bay Sands. When I arrived there, it was before check in time so I checked my bags with the bellman and got a pool pass for the skypark area. Up 57 stories to the top and then HOLY ...
... Obviously, he had to re-watch in English, so there went his night's sleep. Id!
It happened to be Haji, a public, Islamic holiday on Friday. A local explained that for non-Muslims, it's basically analogous to Rosh Hoshana in the New York area for non-Jews: "a day-off, Sucka!" -Albie. We did pass a mosque on Friday, and apparently, part of the celebration involves rolling around soaked with water.
We spent the entire weekend just walking around, eating and ...
... new friend, Gavin, an exec with Westpac in SE Asia, a hoot of a bloke. We stayed way too late at their flash gaff at Tanjong Rhu , laughed and told funny stories well into the night, which I will reflect upon and include later. The expat life clearly has it's benefits, and it's lovely to see Ber Ber and Kathy hooting and making the most of it. A very funny evening indeed, well worth the visit to Singapore alone, especially seeing the Collingwood shrine in Kaleb's ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking