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... not have really wanted that airplane meal, for $15! Just crazy! But water may have been nice on a two hour flight. You have to tell them, and pay for exactly how much luggage you are checking, yea right Like I know exactly! For every kg over it cost $30, that is freaking crazy!!! Should have bought one of my 8 luggage scales along! All and all everything was ...
We have had a full day exploring Singapore on a double decker bus, getting on and off at various points of interest. Did quite a lot of walking as well, so are quite ready for bed tonight. Had coffee at the Merlion (lion) fountain. Very few coffee shops here - mainly Starbucks at $7.60 a small cup. Had a quick walk through China Town, then stopped …
... a court before then). Are you NUTS??? Sure! Within the first ten minutes we were sweating like dogs, but I rarely have more fun hitting with anyone on the planet, so, why not?
While we were engaged in that activity and Ms. Vikki was sampling some of the shopping options in town, Veron was busy buying food at their favorite Hawker Stalls for lunch. So once done, we traveled to the North Side of the island and their new house, which they recently ...
... which help to clean the air. Met up for supper in one of the multitude of food courts all over the city. That is on top of Little India and Chinatown.
After supper walked around the downtown area taking in the night life of this bustling metropolis. I noticed a couple of homes had live sized Terra Cotta figurines (from the Xian excavation), I am assuming they are not originals although the homes were luxurious.
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... center type place. I just got a wonton soup since I wasn't that hungry.
- Then the fun began! Apparently drinking outside on the street is illegal, but drinking on the bride leading in the Quay is full allowed. So young people buy beer from the extremely tiny 7/11 across the way from the bridge, and then sit on the bridge walls to drink. We found a prime spot right in the middle of the bridge to sip our tall cans, watch the nightlife action, and catch up! Ah we had such a good ...