Le Grove Serviced Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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I think I am ready to leave India. We have traveled here for 4.5 weeks and I think my patience at times is becoming tested as the poor old Indian is trying desperately to gain a few extra dollars here and there out of this Western Tourist.
We are at the airport about to fly to Singapore for a couple of days R & R and with the help of Shiva or Gnash or some other god, not any more shopping.
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... wasn't crowded and the views were stunning. We would definitely recommend staying here to anyone wanting a luxurious treat whilst away as this one certainly had the wow factor and was worth every penny!
It was nice to glam up a bit and get ready for the 'evening drinks and canapés' which we planned on having before nipping to a Hawker Centre for dinner (you can't beat a £2 rice and chicken satay no matter where you are ;) haha ) but it turned out ...
... car Gary had to find a taxi driver give him a $50 and pray that his keys got to whispers.thankfully whisper rang and let Gary know the taxi driver had dropped of the keys after whisper had said first said taxi still hadn't arrived should have seen Gary's face really funny,Melbourne airport my bagged was 23 kg and Gary 21 we flew Singapore Airlines at 0005 hrs Watched movies arrived at Singapore at 0630 still 19th had a shower used some of ...
... in Singapore. It was older and we noticed rubbish out on the streets but then again it may have been pick day because it was all wrapped and stacked neatly!
We enjoyed a visit to a traditional Chinese medicine store and then to Yum Cha. The highlight was a little shopping and the trishaw ride. The Singapore river cruise also showed off some of the people history and landmarks of this hot and tropical nation.
... excursion. It is very popular and sells out quickly but I got them , yahoo. So pleased. After that we went for lunch because we were starving - hadn't eaten since breakfast. We were relying on getting on board and eating there so didn't even have morning tea. Julia is rather awestruck by the size and glitz of the ship but already knows her way around . . . well at least between our cabin on deck 1 to the cafes and eateries on deck ...