Fragrance Hotel - Sapphire
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Picnic in the rain Before we knew it we were back in Singapore but this time we stayed in a slightly better hotel with our own ensuite bathroom:) Everyone still seems to be really well groomed and stylish here. The highlight of Singapore for me was Singapore Zoo. Singapore zoo is unlike any other zoo I have ever been to and I really think it is …
... comfortable with Singapore.
Our hotel location is great ( for what I know of Singapore) right in the heart orchard road, 2 buildings away from where S lived when she worked here a lifetime ago. I!m holding off further judgement of Singapore for now. My first day I felt a little uncomfortable, a little out of place, but we have a couple of more visits to work all that out. On to the beach, Manly NSW.
... isn't to much of a problem because where we are staying is fairly new and everything is connected by air conditioned walk ways that all just happen to go though shopping malls! Tomorrow we are meeting Sam Garrad for lunch in Marina Bay. Sadly on returning to the hotel I received sad news, a old family friend (Sylvie) had passed away on Sunday, a lovely lady who will be sadly ...
Sunny Breaks 35 / 25
Had a biryani (similar to an omelet) for breakfast at the Indian market. One observation in SE Asia, they use Kleenex for napkins / paper towels, whether it is in bathrooms or restaurants.
Walked around the Marina Bay area for some sightseeing and of course to take some pictures. I am going to have to pilfer motorcycle pictures from areas other than Singapore. Driving here is more like western countries, laws ...
... here and I aim to visit South Korea or Japan, NZ & Australia before I leave.
My observations/perspective from the past year: Singaporeans are probably the hardest working people I've seen. I’m impressed and sometimes surprised at the long hours they work non-stop. Most of them work after hours and in the weekends. The local people are highly competitive towards each other. For ...