Fragrance Hotel - Kovan
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... grew up. We were on the tube to see an area called Little India (whilst also on an unsuccessful hunt for face paint, Singaporeans obviously prefer their faces in your classic skin colours). We had a wander around and had some chapatis and curry which soon had Ben breathing like a hippo in labour. Other culinary treats included an ice cream sandwich which was what it sounds like - a block of ice-cream wrapped in ...
... of a look around the hotel area. Tony found the old green where they used to show outdoor movies back in the silent days. It was also used for afternoon teas. Just imagine! The hotel originally started out with only ten rooms, but grew and grew. So pleased we got to go here, another tick off the bucket list!
Back on the bus for an hour or so, we decided to explore Clarke Quay and have something to eat. ...
... fish and chips. Greg had the Swordfish. This restaurant serves its meals in stainless steel skillets. Eve’s came on an 8 in skillet, Greg’s on a very loaded 12 inch skillet!
Let us just take a moment to say we have checked out some of the fast food places we have seen while being in Asia. We ate at the McDonald’s in Japan (breakfast and snack another day – we were on a mission for someone at home). The menu was the same as the ones ...
... it was fun, despite feeling a bit tired and with stomach ache. Hopefully I am getting better.
Singapore is wonderful but it's a shame about the haze, for the time being I am heading to the gym at the condo and later on we'll see.
Tomorrow Monday I will do all the touristy things and visit the landmarks.
... standalone casino property at S$8 billion, including cost of the prime land.
I'll let the pictures tell the story however I will say this - Singapore knows how to use it's land.
It has to because it's such a small land mass. It's skyscraper buildings and apartment ...