Ascott Raffles Place Singapore
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... to live at present and with the Australian dollar only being at parity with the Singapore dollar the fine dining restaurants are pretty much out of our price range. Not that we mind, the hawker food centres have a great atmosphere and give you a better local experience. Sometimes that experience is just a little bit too local and the sights and smells get the better of you but overall its way more fun.
Fortunately though it seems that hotels in Singapore are still pretty ...
... waterfall (and some random stalagmites). For both, the focus is environmental sustainability, and particularly on the effect humans are having on deforestation and climate change. Very, very cool! I could barely stand after walking around so much, so got an Asian fusion massage, which was one of the best massages I've ever gotten: a combo of deep tissue and maybe shiatsu/Javanese. She was literally ...
... had in a basement food court, where we went to a make-your-own-soup place. Lots of veggies, tofu, and egg. We checked out a few of the malls on the walk back, mainly to escape from the heat on the streets. One of them has an outside escalator going up 12 floors in 4 stairs. Really cool to do. Dinner was closer to home. At the end of the block from our hostel is a small café serving Indonesian/Malay food that looked good. Good old gado-gado (veggies ...
... has both, the light and the dark, the suffering and the reward. I just hope there aren't too many dark moments but a lot of everything else. I probably did make some planning mistakes though as I expected cold and mountains and will first go to the second lowest and second hottest place on earth. Actually I will most likely not experience cold until Kirgistan but I'll need to carry all my polar gear all the ...
... to begin with,
corruption will wither. Perhaps they should try this model in Africa.
From a boat ride down the Singapore River, we saw a queue of
at least 5kms to view the old man’s body lying in state. The mature pruned
trees, the bourganvillea along the side of the roads, the clipped hedges,
brought some much-needed natural beauty to ...