Grand Park Orchard
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... had beans, the kidney variety, sweet corn and iced water with palm sugar for flavour - very different and one that won't be repeated! The entertainment was also different. A drum spectacular from a restaurant nearby and, sadly, a belly- dancer in the next door restaurant. Enough to put one off one's dinner, well ...
... decision made to leave now I'm now eyeing up cigars not just singles I'm looking at but boxes which again we can't afford to waste the money on a box of top end cigars that I will never get round to smoking and will inevitably dry out and go to waste. Swiftly moving on we are now looking at watches, as ever they are Omega, I even tried on with no intention of buying price tag ( thanks Jessie j) $ 10,000 I think we will just pop that back then. Next vintage wines again I know ...
... We walked across the Helix Bridge,which was lovely. The MRT took us a short walk from Haji Lane, an interesting narrow lane of shops and some eating places. It is in the Arab district and full of character. We bought a few things as we wandered in and out of shops along the short lane.
A taxi home (or near home, the driver didn't know where to go and just dropped us off 5 minutes away) for a rest/pool break before heading out for dinner.
We got a taxi to the Raffles ...
... a quick shower we headed out to attempt to catch the hop on hop off bus tour bus to teach us a bit more about the landscape of the city. We stopped briefly at a StarBucks where we enjoyed a breakfast sandwich in our tourist clothes while the Singapore business people enjoyed their 3:15 coffee in their smart business attire. We walked farther than we had the previous day before the ...
... lush greenness of the scenery beyond the window. Leaving the built-up sphere of the city, we were transported into the beautiful and exotic Malaysian jungle. It didn't seem long before we reached the tip of Malaysia. Upon arriving at Woodlands station, all carriages empty of passengers for the initial step of immigration then it's back on the train for the final stretch of the journey across the water and into Singapore. Everyone must ...