Lanson Place Winsland
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... room as it was only 10.30am, so we left our bags with a porter and went for a walk around the shopping centre that was attached to the hotel.
We could check in at 12pm, so went back to the hotel and were shown to a suite over looking the harbour, a view to die for. Literally. We couldn't open the sliding doors as 2 people had jumped to their deaths the month before, so as a result, no one was allowed to go onto the balcony anywhere, ever. ...
Well we champagned our way across the pacific onboard our Singapore airlines flight. Two movies and lots of food with a little nap in between saw us disembarking at Changi airport. We've never seen such beautiful orchids at an airport, we'll never ...
After a good night's sleep in our very comfortable Hilton rooms we met in the downstairs breakfast buffet. We needed to be back to move hotels after lunch so decided hitting the street and the shops was the itinerary for the day.
Out the door and onto Orchard Road, we didn't need to go far to find shops, shops and even more shops. We wandered between different centres. No one bought too much, but it was great to see such enormous complexes.
Kashgar is a truly interesting place. Cheap melons are sold everywhere, so are dried fruits and mutton Samosa/Skewers. We went out on a hike to the worlds biggest natural arch, went to a huge tomb and to the big sunday livestock market and sunday bazaar. The arch is extremely impressive and so are the very dry and steep surrounding mountains. The animal market was merely a sheep market but nevertheless very interesting. The mutton samosa there were surely the freshest ...
... stand and wait for people to get off the train before your allowed to get on. Its good, people pay attention to it! Probably because they are scared of the fine or consequence they will get if they don't pay attention it; i mean its S$500 if you drop litter! (Thats 200 GBP) Its against the law to have chewing gum here, there is a law that your not allowed it and eating and drinking is forbidden in the stations. Everyone obides by the rules, its a good system! Shame it ...