Village Residence Clarke Quay By Far East Hospitality
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Slightly grey but warm morning greeted us as we had a very leisurely breakfast and returned to our room to pack, We had to vacate by midday but arranged to have cases stored and were able to shower and change in the pool area before our 17,30 hrs departure for the airport. As the flight did note leave till 21.10 hrs we decided on a mid afternoon ';snack' ...
... buildings like Raffles Hotel - where the Singapore Sling originated. I went there...the Sling was $21. US--did I imbibe--equivalent to 6-500 ml beers. You guess. Read a tiny book re "what makes a Singaporean...Singaporean". The answers came from a variety of ages and ethnicities. Answers such as "a desire for orderliness ...
... she knew that we are flying Air Asia close to the same route as the one that went down, didn't help at all.
Singapore is really different to all other countries we been to in Asia. Everything is super clean, and very expensive. Mathilde pointed out that it is a bit like Las Vegas, with a lot of neon light and expensive stores.
Even the taxi driver laughed at us when we said that we wanted a ride to the closest subway, to go to the airport (to save money and ...
... Why isn't every city in the world like this??! Saying that after a while we did start to think it was a bit Weird and that maybe when everyone was in bed asleep the Singaporean undercover/Stepford police came out and killed anyone or anything that dared ruin its image.
Needless to say we loved it (like properly fell in love with it) even with the attached price tag. We knew it would be expensive as the cheapest hotel we could find was £45 a night, bearing in mind ...
... though he might be right!! Happy to ride those coat tails. Although, upon reflection he's pretty good to us as well.... Finally got to bed around 2am. We will board in a few hours. Kids are amped but probably not as much as Grandad who I think is aiming to be first on board and first to the buffet. Homer Simpson ain't got nothing on Chris when it comes to buffet ...