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... There were literally hundreds, one of the least appealing one, in my opinion, is named after Jean Chretean. Next was off to the Sands Hotel and Garden by the Bay where we saw an fascinating light show Singapoe jre is incredibly diverse and vibrant, the infrastructure is unbelievable. The subway was very clean and inexpensiv. PPeople aare very polite and the entire city appears to be in ship shape. It is a few days before ...
... up having my own suite! ... The room had its own white picket fence entry point ... It was ideallic. On the Sunday I got up early and went for a run before getting dropped off at another tea plantation at the top of a mountain. I then hiked down it and came across a bee farm, visited a strawberry farm and also went to the lakehouse again for afternoon tea before going back to do some more work... Yes I did manage to fit a little bit in!! :) The ...
... which had superb views across the city and a fabulous buffet lunch. This was quite a treat and our table had some of the best views of our excursions from yesterday. Hope you like the pics. We watched the rain blow in and away before taking the girls back to work and driving on to the iconic Marine Bay Sands Hotel. This is essentially a casino. The building is a remarkable tri-towered construction, 56 floors high with ...
... having diligently resisted Martin's efforts to load me up with red wine last night.
My biggest horror of the morning was to be put in one of the 3's for the first time ever. They have a reputation for being tippy (and then difficult to get back into), and in a boat with just 3 people there's no place to hide. However puny your muscles, you have to pull your weight - a rather significant weakness of mine.
All started well (excluding the ass ...
... Then a $32 taxi fare to the night safari to be there by 7.30pm, the elephants were impressive, I loved the flamingos. Only the tigers were glassed in.
10.30pm Bus/coach (they are NOT like our buses, very floaty quiet and lulling - I had a zizzzzzz) back to Clarke's Quay. Walking to Clarke's Quay, a wizened old fellow riding a trishaw (Google it!) crept along side and insisted we get in, "free, ...