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We flew off from San Francisco to Singapore and arrived at about 2am in the morning. As soon as we had collected our luggage from the baggage claim, we sat down at the only open restaurant in Changi Airport for some food. I ordered a Mee Rebus even though I am not a fan because the people said they couldn't leave out the meat in the Mee Siam (and said so rather rudely, I may add). We then proceeded to take a taxi to the place we will living at for a while.
Today Wednesday and we did not leave as we thought we would but have decided to extend an extra two nights so we can see everything Singapore has to offer, which is a lot.
We spent 4 hours in the National museum which was amazing (also got a free guided tour). Bonus price: it featured Sebastiao Salgado as a temporary exhibition.
We also explored all kind of different neighbourhood: Chinatown, the gardens by the bay and their super trees, Orchard ...
... bill attached to it. Am very thankful for the work perks, the faster processing with less queues and lounge access makes the travelling much more relaxing.
The flight was pretty good, with all 4 of us sharing a row. There were a few spaces here and there, but given it would be all day we setled in for whatever would pop up on the screens. We kept monitoring the kids' monitors, and only occasionally had to intervene. Best of ...
cakes are served at the table.
The Dim Sum table has four choices; spinach, vegetable, chicken and seafood and I am still trying to identify the fourth!
The Fresh Fruit Table has three types of melon, pink grapefruit, apple and dragon fruit.
The main Buffet Table has two savouries Chicken Curry Pie and Croque Monsieur; the sweets are Classic English Sponge with Lemon Curd and Apple & Raisin Crumble; the ...
... were not up to the task of staying in that position for too long, and I learnt to hang on till other options became available. No, more fun was attained using our standard bog toilets that we all know (and I so am appreciative of now). For about the first 6 weeks of the trip, I began to believe that there was a company out there in India, who had the contract to supply toilet lids that didn't quite fit the pedestal. As a female, I was required to avail myself of this ...