Fragrance Hotel - Oasis
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... about our dining habits but this was for two reasons, one we wanted something safe for the plane trip tomorrow and two, we would be eating 'very local' for the following 10 days. The place was very, how can I say, 'British', but with an exotic twist that included it being very hot, had a view across the harbour and a very Asian ambiance. It's a pity nevertheless that the exotic didn't creep a little more into the menu! Wait for it, there was Bangers ...
... gentlemen. Up gets this little girl all dressed up to the nines and starts to sing, about 9, voice like fingernails down a chalk board but everyone loving it. Then comes the best bit she will not get off the stage and insists on singing another and yet another. The guy running the thing develops a glassy smile at which point I wander off giggling and wanting to call sucker to him. Obvious he does not have a daughter.
... and will be home around midnight or so, looking forward to being home and catching up with everyone.
Our trip has been filled with incredible sights we will remember for a long time, being sick put a bit of a damper on things, food was an issue here and there but most important Rob relaxed, he read 7 books, luggage was getting so heavy I had to make him leave 5 of them behind in Rome, broke his heart, he is still reading now, relaxing, finally.
... and at Central we would have to queue up for another bus....anyway, when we discovered this we hopped in a taxi, but even arriving by taxi was a huge traffic jam because I guess so many people were now taking taxis. Anyway, we were happy that we always go early as all this semi chaos was not a panic time-wise, just frustrating. Good journey to Singapore on an A380, a daytime flight so we read and watched shows and ate...but now after 5 ...
... Mandarin T.V. on in the background. This is Asian heaven, I thought. Daphne's mum is pretty quiet, but very smiley and sweet in her gestures. I could tell she looked out for Daphne and me when she was with us. Daphne's dad shared all sorts of facts and we ended up talking politics! Haha. I offered my limited political stance and I heard about Lee Kwan Yew, the first prime minister of Singapore and a social icon. More about him on Day #2.
When I finished (yes, 'I') ...