Fragrance Hotel - Imperial
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Our new tablemates were missing but Jimmy saw us at the start of dinner service and said that he and Wendy had been sick and didn’t want to infect us so wouldn’t be at dinner tonight … so nice of him to tell us.
After dinner we went to the Welcome Aboard show where there was a comedian on plus a number from the Princess singers and dancers. Some didn’t think much of the comedian at all … oh well ...
... same store) were actually two different colors. One was dark cobalt, almost violet; the other was more of a turquoise. Made in Malaysia-la. I told Shane it still looked good. We sat out on the balcony enjoying a cocktail at sunset and enjoying our multicolored blue lights while a massive thunderstorm raged over the water, out on the horizon. The show was absolutely spectacular, the oranges and reds of the setting sun with the dark purple grey of the storm clouds and the sheets ...
... surprisingly quite cheap. It is also emaculatly clean, no chewing gum in the streets (this is banned) litter and recycling bins (yay!) on every street! The difference between here is that everything revolves around money, practically all of the people on the public transport were holding the new iPhone or brand new tablet. Indonesia however was a lot more laid back and everything seems to revolve around the people. Sorry this was a long one we were able to fit a lot of things in! ...
... morning walking a couple of kms from one side to the other, and looking round the world's largest collection of orchids which can be seen planted out in the gardens, rather than hidden in hothouses. There is also an area of rainforest which is part of the original vegetation that covered Singapore.
These parks are ...
... park, ineptly following google maps, Got tickets for the "bum boat" and Rhiannon got to see that ship-building, the Ferris Wheel and then the ride down the Singapore River to Clarke Quay where we wandered all about and watched the people being jetted to the moon in the slingshot ride. We had a meal - Rhiannon was craving oysters. Too expensive, but we'll behave better from now on - plus Singapore is the most expensive place we will visit.