The Hotel Alternatives, Orchard Road
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... them to be fed. It was really sweet to see these majestic cats catch there meal and chow down! However, it also is extremely sad, as these cats are almost extinct, and some species are long gone. A depressing reminder of what humans have done to our planet, and to the creatures we fail to share it with fairly. We wandered around seeing lions, tigers, but no bears... oh my. It was amazing to see some of animals up close and personal. ...
... Gaushaus for our schnitzel which came red and had to send it back to get cooked abit more.
Got some yogurt for breakfast tomorrow and then watched the symphony of lights over the bay from our balcony. It was lovely.
Shower and bed.
This morning it is overcast, hot and humid.
After breakfast we went down to the lobby to ask how to get to Sentosa and were told the free shuttle was right there at the door. Fortunately we had our passports with us ...
... neuen Oliver Stone Film „Savages", das ging für
Stunden. Zwischendurch aufstehen und aus dem Fenster sehen, lesen etc. Da wir
fast 4h über das Australische Festland flogen, gab mir das erst einmal einen
Eindruck, wie groß Australien wirklich ist. Und wenn man dann auf das Outback
hinunter sieht und eine einzige kerzengerade Straße entdeckt, möchte man dort
nicht sein. Interessant jedoch waren die Blue Mountains von oben betrachtet,
Australiens Grand ...
... overnight bus journey in a cramped bus seat or an unnecessary short-haul flight. You simply take the comfy overnight sleeper train from Bangkok to Surat Thani, and next morning hop on an air-conditioned bus from Surat Thani to Phuket taking around 4-6 hours. 28-31 dec Phuket Accommodation: Delight villas kata beach 186/15 kokthanod rd, karon, muang kata beach Phuket phone: +66 76 330636 ,+66 76 330342 http://www.katadelight.com/ May the fierce be with you! ...
Yes, that's how it feels folks. Like we've been slingshot through Singapore.
But no, we did not have any Singapore Slings even though it's one of the "must do's" in Singapore. They run $20-30 per drink, and we've been told by a Singaporean/Malaysian friend that they taste like cough syrup and it's hard to find the real original deal in town. Can you imagine PAYING to drink Buckley's?
Here's a synopsis of what ...