Ambassador Transit Hotel Terminal 2
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Singapore is Steve's second home as he lived there for 7 years as a child, so he is always excited to go back. This time round it was even more exciting as our wonderful friends Josh and Chris are now living here and we were able to co-ordinate our visit to them for chinese new year!
Celebrations in Singapore are always big for chinese new year and we were not disappointed! The city was full ...
... 70000$, which effectively limits the number of cars on the road. Also, each car has to pass a strict yearly environmental control, to limit the pollution in the city-state. Little India was another world. It was a bustling curry loving, gold addicted, pawn shop dotted neighbourhood. On the main street, 1 in 3 shops pawned or sold gold! Apparently, the precious metal is very important in the indian culture, and the main store of wealth. After dropping our stuff, we left ...
... Breakfast: soft boiled eggs, kaya toast, and a coffee. The soft boiled eggs was an interesting experience, they gave us the eggs in a mug of boiling water. It actually worked out better that they seemed to forget about our toast because the eggs could cook longer. The whites were always pretty runny, but the yokes were good.
- bought a lunch from a lady at the subways station: fried chicken and rice wrapped in a piece of paper hahaa ...
... to a show shop near the hotel for a couple of purchases. Then back to the hotel for a couple of hours while a typical afternoon Singaporean storm happened outside. Then it was off to Chinatown to our favourite restaurant for an early dinner. Took the metro which must be one of or the best metro in the world. So easy to use and so efficient. Driverless trains arrive every few minutes, spotlessly clean as no food or drink is allowed to be consumed on them. There ...
... with to the extent that he insisted on taking a swan and rabbit to bed with him. It was entertaining when the next morning he was still referring to a completely unravelled and totally normal towel as "MY rabbit". The next day we visited the Adventure Cove Waterpark on Sentosa island. A great consumerism-tastic day out. Despite being too short to ride on any of the big slides, Bardy had a terrific day bobbing around the rapids, playing in the wave pool and watching other ...