City Beach Resort
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... dosa with dips, delicious! Wandered around the fish and meat market, which only served to confirm the decision to be veggie! Then I headed for the botanical gardens.
Already at this point my feet were killing me, I'm beginning to think I need better walking sandals! Anyway I wandered around the botanical gardens in the rain, met a massive lizard thingy and some birds I've never seen before in my life, and another which is a Chinese lady informed her daughter 'eesa ...
... hour flight to Singapore meant lining up my film choices starting off with Jurassic world which I had missed when it was out at the cinema. After a long flight with very little sleep we landed in Singapore at 7.30am Singapore time (just after midnight UK time). I was somewhat taken back by the very relaxed atmosphere, the instrumental version of Tale as old as time, from my favourite childhood film Beauty and the Beast was playing, immigration and baggage collection was swift in a ...
... the day.
A restful day throughout of reading, movie watching, resting and talking to other passengers.
Met an interesting man at lunch - Rolly from Gosford who had been a travel agent for over 30 years and he had been everywhere with the business. But he was sad he was no longer in the business and now had to travel cattle class. Felt bad for him …………..Not !! But he was a pleasant chap and we talked for well ...
... even! Then we headed to the Stadium which is essentially an Olympic park (I had another frozen yogurt mmm). Then came my favourite experience in Singapore - a sunset bike ride along th beach. It was so smooth, clean, safe and pictutesque. We biked to gardens by the bay where we saw an indoor cloud forest (beautifully and sustainably made) and biked back for a late dinner. Falafel pita and vegetable soup was the best food after a hot and ...
... terraced buildings with a covered area in front on the sidewalk. They are 2 or three storeys high and share a wall so they are built in blocks. They were very popular in the early days of the cities where they could have a shop downstairs and live upstairs. Many are now lovingly restored and gorgeous, some have such pretty colors too. We saw a lot on Emerald Hill, an upscale neighborhood in the city. On our last night in the city ...