Ambassador Transit Hotel Terminal 2
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... point and we set up our ‘power station’ (the multi plug with USB multi port adapters) to charge everything. We all logged into the airport wifi and laid there for 4 hours, the boys going for a walk for a little while at one point and then I went in search of a bathroom to change into my long pants as I was getting cold.
It came time to check in and we asked around for the quickest way to drop our bags off - we’d already checked ...
... can see nocturnal animals. Before we went in we had an over-priced dinner but it came with souvenir cups (straws and lids and all) so it was worth it. The place was heaving so we quickly made our way to the safari bus that drives around many exhibits with a running commentary. The animals here were more active than the ones we had seen in the day- we don't blame them, the heat in the day is horrible! Because the camera is **** we ...
Another bright day but with a warning of thundery showers in the afternoon and we are going to Sentosa Island via the Cable car!
Anyway my usual breakfast and another notch let out on my belt left us to enjoy a walk down to the river and a leisurely iced coffee - this is the life! Took some pictures of our hotel opened only a couple of years ago and very eco friendly. The hotel ...
... I had a bit of a downward turn in mental space, starting with the destruction of my phone on Gili T. It was my source of music, maps/gps, and my camera among other things. I was eager to replace it. I did have another in Vancouver, so hastily I asked my good friend Mike to fedex it to Ubud, where I would be at that time. Sadly, in my haste, I sent it to an address that didn't exist, and, ...
... last 700 years of Singapore's history starting with its early settlement by the Sumatran empire and running through British colonisation, Japanese occupation and finally discussing how Singapore became an independent nation.
After lunch at a nearby hawker centre we decided to go to the classic Singapore tourist destination, Raffles Hotel. We had a wander around the grounds but our main objective was to try the famous Singapore ...