Citystate Tower Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... to go next so we said a few places we had read about online and he dismissed them all saying they were all far too dangerous too instead he took us to a open air shopping mall and said he would collect us from the hotel later and take us back to the bus station. We felt completely safe at the shopping centre, you could of been anywhere really, out the back though was a place called market market which sold local food in a big food market and cheaper ...
... are descending. On the ground while we wait to disembark the child 2 rows back is trying to convince his mum that the animal he saw was definitely a racoon crossed with a corgi and not a normal corgi. Having had such a corgi when I was growing up I laugh at this..... I laugh a lot. I try to laugh in silence but before I know it I'm crying. I laugh so hard that the woman behind me becomes gravely concerned for my mental state. She asks if I'm ok. I ...
Thanks for all your thoughts and prayers, but we're all right! The worst of it happened just as we were leaving work (around 7am). It seemed to really calm down around 1pm and people came out and started cleaning the debris from the streets. When I came into work this evening all the roads were passable, but large tree limbs ...
... are a lot of similarities - absent are the little birds that always manage to sneak inside in Singapore - they do have the same ceiling fans overhead - the same peanuts - teeny tiny and yes - you are encouraged to throw the shells on the floor - as a matter of fact - if you don't - the bartender will do it for you! Von, our bartender was a lot of fun and very interesting to talk to. He had been working on some ...
... way I’ll refer to it from now on) is unlike any place that I’ve ever been to in my life. It’s definitely not “First World,” but I’m not sure that it’s quite “Third World” (or like any places that you see on the guilt-inducing, fundraising infomercials that we’re subjected to at home). I was told prior to my visit that the PI is more of a “Developing World” nation that I guess qualifies as “Second World.” ...