Aliwal Park Hotel
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... Nonetheless, I am grateful for all the well wishes and of course shopping lists. I will try my best satisfy your wishes people!
Accommodation at partner university is fairly slow but an email from them set my heart at ease, although not a confirmation email. Tons of things to get done within 11 days. Wait, did I mentioned 11 days?! Good luck to me.
It seemed that a trip to Singapore without visiting the historic Long Bar at Raffles Hotel would be missing out. The Long Bar is where the Singapore Sling cocktail was first invented and is now a recipe found in bars around the world. We also went to the well reviewed Night Safari, but I wouldn't give it the same level of review that they seem to get. It was alright but we could've passed on this -- maybe it was the mass ...
... from the early colonial period. Raffles of course is lovely, but the surprise for me was CHIJMES (Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus) which takes up a whole block - with buildings (cloisters? with verandas) all around the outside, gardens inside and a large church at the front. This is being developed into shops (because of course there aren't enough already), galleries and cafes. Beautiful.
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... wine was lovely and the cheese board and salads we delicious. We wasn't really clued up on all the cheese so our very helpful waiter gave us his guidance and recommendations. We sat her, lapping in the atmosphere and enjoying out evening chatting about all random things. The time went so quickly and it had soon struck past 12. We had flights to catch tomorrow and didn't want to be much later to bed so we finished up paid our bill and left. It had been a fabulous final evening in ...
... issues a bit. Anyhow, we are staying at a great Hostel that I found while searching for Food tours in Singapore. The tour that is run by the owner of the Betel Box Hostel, Tony Ton has been written about in numerous reviews and recommendations about Singapore. They all agree that it is NOT TO MISS. So, in November, I changed our hotel location so that we would be staying at the hostel and have first hand access to the tour. I will get back to this ...