Metropolitan YMCA Singapore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Kids pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Arrived at the swank airport this morning. Met my friend chloe who lives there. She took me to local place for some local grub. Food top quality, fried spicy and tasty. Then we went round to see some super avatar tree things. They have only gone and made bionic trees. Crazy asians. Then just so happened to catch a water show on the river. Again got some more local grub... ...
... to get all oily before a 13 hour flight. Changi is big! Huge! We've already sweated it out exploring the Butterfly, Koi and Photo gardens and browsed through the rest of terminal 3. Time to relax and wait. Next flight leaves in 90mins, then it's London!! P.s the free WIFI is ...
... catching the green line to Jurong East which took 24 mins according to the helpful poster and then picked up the red line to Choa Chu Kang for a few stops before embarking on the 927 bus to singapore zoo which took around 20 mins. We made it to the zoo and were excited to see our favourite animals of the giraffes and monkeys. We started off from the tree top trail seeing a few gibbons and crocodiles and then moved on to the psoria monkeys and polar bears, as we made our ...
... behold. Left the kids with the grandparents watching the Penguins of Madagascar in 3D in the arvo and went to my favourite spot on the boat - the Ellington Bar. Was nice being just the two of us. That was until we got the Chatty Cathy of drinks waiters. Wasn't much of this mans life we didn't know about by the time we politely excused ourselves from the bar. Think the poor man was lonely. It'd been 7 months since he'd see his ...
Well I have been refusing to do "training" every single weekend (which is three) since I got here. Once, it was possible for me to do the training during the three hours that we do nothing in the afternoon from 3-6 p.m., but that wasn't good enough anymore, and they wanted me to do it on Monday and Tuesday. So, I just refused. I was told during the interview I would have these days off, so whatever. The next week I was fired. Oh really? Without notice. So, I happily ...