Ascott Raffles Place Singapore
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... it was another ride that accelerated at the beginnignn whilst climbing- makes the ride so much more exciting! The ride went forwards and backwards whilst we were being chased by the Mummy and the flesh eating bugs! It was really good!
Once that was finished, we went to see Shrek 3d, we were in interactive chairs which moved about in time with the show (although Paul and I noticed ours didn't move as much as the people in front). There was water flicked at us when ...
... a 7hr flight so seemed waaaay shorter in comparison to the previous one. I was sitting beside a real life version of Victor Meldrew since Heathrow who only spoke once in the 20hrs and that was to the man behind him to give out about his kicking of the chair. Not being able to talk to the person beside me for 20hrs was an unusual experience for me...I am just going to count it as challenge number one of this ...
I arrived after dark last night, so I have no idea what it looks like outside my window. I throw back the curtains this morning and see that even though I am on the ground floor, and in the “garden view” wing of the hotel, I can still see the ocean in the distance. I take a quick walk around the grounds after breakfast, and realize this is a fabulous place to stay if you want a beach ...
... is located. SInce it is our second trip, we have no problem finding our way around at ease.
Oh one thing which is very important and useful is the Pocket WIFI. We reserved it with Pocket WIFI Korea and it was a breeze - they will even deliver it to our hotel - the rate is reasonable and the battery lasted the whole day.
We were very glad ...
... to admit that I didn’t realise
Singapore was actually a country in its own right. We arrived just in time to witness the funeral of Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew who had devoted his life to dragging a newly independent
Singapore from a fetid, poverty-stricken Asian backwater into one of the
greatest – cleanest - cities in the world.