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... of 1. Bed was good.
Footnote: From the Strait Times on Sat: Transport giant SMRT could face a fine of up to $50 million following the massive MRT disruption on Tuesday, according to a market analyst.More than 250,000 commuters were affected when train services on the North-South and East-West lines were disrupted for over two hours - in what was likely the worst MRT breakdown ever seen here.
... It was so hot.
I still couldn't sleep.
We went to the night zoo after tea it opens at 7.30pm. There were lots of noisy lions and tall giraffes. It was dark and hot and there were too many people. I was too tired and could hardly stay awake on the tram.
I fell asleep in the taxi home and Dad had to carry me up to our room to bed.
... at Neil Road (no sign of Colin Street I'm afraid), passed a small temple with its mysteriously signposted 'coconut breaking area' and picked through the many markets in search of an appropriate fridge magnet for Sheila (success!) From the back streets of China, we headed into a forest of glass and steel. The further we walked down spotless streets, past gleaming skyscrapers, the more aware I became of my scruffy shorts and a tee shirt that should probably not have ...
... in the middle of it where you could sit down for a little while, not that we did that much - the queue was moving too fast. Murphy's Law: just after we past the bit where we could sit, the queue stopped moving.
We got to where one of the lines curved to snake back on itself, for the millionth time, and people were suddenly walking in front of us, having moved the ropes. I wasn't sure what it was about, thinking maybe officials had asked them to move forward, or ...
Well we champagned our way across the pacific onboard our Singapore airlines flight. Two movies and lots of food with a little nap in between saw us disembarking at Changi airport. We've never seen such beautiful orchids at an airport, we'll never ...