Leonie View Residences by Far East Hospitality
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We took off in the rain and landed in a full blown thunderstorm, the words from the song that goes 'and we landed in the pouring rain, walking in Singapore' oh sorry or was that 'Memphis'? Anyway, when the captain happened to mention we should expect a 'bumpy', as he put it, landing, we knew it would be eventful. It's a pity he didn't mention the forked lightning that accompanied it. Land safely we did though. Singapore Airport are still doing a ...
... advised to never come to Singapore at this time of the year.
I did go out for dinner tonight and it was lovely. I was not too hungry but after discussions with the waitress we decided on fish with spring onions and ginger with steamed rice. Very tasty and light just right for tonight. She says to me no chilli, no chilli.
I will have my drink at the Raffles Hotel tomorrow and have another go at the night safari.
... just myself, Heather and Chris to enjoy dinner at Newton Circus Hawker Centre for some street style food. With around 70 different stalls to choose from there were plenty of great value tasty treats on offer. To round off our visit to Singapore we again visited Gardens by the Bay at night and stumbled upon a bar at the top of one of the man made super trees. This was a really great and memorable way to finish our trip to Singapore - it really has been a fabulous ...
... and shower. Had a wake up call and dads alarm so i made my check out 7am i was out by 6:30. Triple and quad checked the room for anything left behind. Got it all. It's weird it like 6:40am and I'm in 3/4's cannot wait to get to London get into my other hotel room catching up with some college ...
... to not miss Little India. We did a crash course of it that night and I am glad I did not back out in the sake of getting some rest.
Little India is as it sounds: a concentration of the Indian immigrants and workers. It even smelled as I remember India smelling.
The main streets were lined with open shops selling flowers, food and incense. I noticed all over Singapore, but particularly in Little India, there were almost all Indian men there and barely any women at ...