Orchard Parksuites By Far East Hospitality
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... some window shopping, so I headed back to get changed first (and avoid shopping of any kind). When they arrived back at the room, you wouldn't believe it, but Cindy and Wendy had actually run into Suzanne (from the aeroplane), again! A huge hotel and shopping complex and they just happened to be in the right place at the right time.
Once changed, we all made our way up to the top floor to check out the infinity pool. Unfortunately ...
... I ordered a jug of tiger beer and then went off one at a time to choose from the dazzling array of food. I initially panicked at all the choice and, thinking I was taking too long, made a hasty decision to have basic chicken noodles. They were a bit bland but David insisted on adding them to his, already very tasty, dish of something I can't recall and sent me off to make another choice. The meals only cost five dollars! Finally a bargain in ...
... of the situation, hence 2 hours of emails, back up phone call to find out what was going on. Anyway the HSA say they don't need a licence cos it's for personal use and it's a relatively small quantity but customs may still delay if they get suspicious. Anyway, DHL have been pretty good and said they'll check the warehouse first thing and let me know if customs need ...
Had rain first thing then cloudy, great day for walking a nature trail from MacRitchie Park. Saw monkeys squirrels lizards and a snake. Beautiful tree top walk. Enjoyed late afternoon with Debbie (Grant's cousin) and Ian before heading back to the city on the fast train. Nice evening out with Dave and ...
I'm sure all the players awoke with a degree of excitement for the day ahead, we were to play on The Padang, a ground that the Australian team played on in 1959 and which had hosted One Day Internationals.
Unfortunately the rain was belting down during breakfast and while we were waiting for taxis. However, we had been informed a bit of rain would not be a problem.
We duly queued for the taxis, a 12 man line in royal blue. As the first ...