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... one about every hour, serviced by Air Asia, Malindo Air, Malaysian etc. We sat and pondered the many destinations on the flight board, subconsciously planning the next holiday and wondering what some of these places would offer. Miri, Mulu, Lahad Datu, and Tawau sounded quite exotic, we must remember to google them one day. ...
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Singapore is slick and sleek and straight. Everything connects and makes sense. All the streets have street signs! The city-state also has really friendly, thoughtful things like public pixel boards that alert drivers as to how long their commute should be to various points around town based on current traffic volume, and digital signs inside the commuter train cars to tell you what stop is next and which ...
... past the (war memorial) and stopped for a moment to step on
the Singapore Grand Prix track. I saw the Merlion... yep it's an actual thing,
half lion half fish spewing water out in to the harbour and I saw a DC themed
restaurant selling superman and batman burgers.
Eventually we got to the Marina Bay Sands hotel, walking
through the public walkway towards Gardens by the Bay and then there it was,
the tall iconic metal trees standing out and surrounded by ...
Today we got up, or more precisely, I got up later as I was exhausted after Universal Studios. We ate lunch at 11:30 and went to wild wild wet. It took us 2 hours to get there. The water park was pretty small but we still had lots of fun. We started by doing The Waterworks slides. The yellow one, which was an open one was a bit too slow for me but Amelie really liked it. The other one was a tunnel, it was very dark inside we couldn't see where we were going. ...
Well it's day two in Singapore and we were woken, rudely, by the alarm clock going off. The very kind person that had obviously stayed in this room beforehand hadn't turned it off. However, in saying that, it was 8 o'clock so we were quite grateful to be woken as we don't want to sleep our Singapore time away. We decided against the "all you can eat" Chinese breakfast and opted for something a little more familiar - fruit ...