Grand Park Orchard
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... of us to feel rather sickly, which meant we didn't end up eating very much at all. To top it off, the website had stated that the experience would cost $49 each - a steep price, but one we thought was worth it given it was a 'one off' experience. However, as I went to pay I discovered that it was actually closer to $66 each as we had to pay a 10% service charge and 7% GST - neither of which was mentioned beforehand. It was already feeling a bit ...
... equivalent of the Eden project. Orchids abound and the cool scented air was a contrast to the noise, pungent smells and sights of little India. After all that I collapsed into bed for a rest and have stayed there whilst the others go out for dinner. Got to be fit for tomorrow. Bit of a special day before I fly home. :( Just a little more to follow tomorrow and that's it folks! Hope to catch up with you ...
... said that it had........(dramatic pause).............arrived in their warehouse this morning, had been passed by customs (yeah!) and is due to be delivered between 10am and 1pm.
Sure enough we had a knock on the door and the lovely, lovely man from DHL was standing there with my package in his hand. (Now, now keep it clean) Yes my Jou Joint Remedy had arrived and I was so pleased I could have kissed him. Maybe not ...
... early on in the planning process and I guess I wasn't budgeting too well at that time. One thing we have discovered is that wine is a very expensive commodity. It was in London and even more so here. A small C******nay cost $28.00 Singapore Dollars about $25.00 C. I told Paula she had better start drinking beer. However a pint of the local Tiger was $18.00. These were the hotel prices so I have a feeling we will eat elsewhere ...
... as it is designed in mainly Gold color that makes it look very grand. There were many souvenirs shops located outside the mosque that sell Muslim clothing such as Baju Kurang costumes that all Muslims would wear during their new year: Hari Raya. There were also other restaurants that were along the street that serve Turkish, Swedish and also their located cuisine.
Then I visited the Malay Heritage Center that gave me a introduction to their past ...