Garden Hotel Singapore
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With an early departure in Darwin (2:55 am), I arrived at 6:15 am in Singapore. I was really looking forward to this day as I finally got to meet Vinita and Sachin. Vinita did a lovely sightseeing tour with me, so that I got all the main things to see at this day. ...
... on that first day. We are staying at the marriot and the restaurant by the pool is not the same as we experienced in Thailand, also a marriot, so we head out looking for a quick, less expensive meal. The underground passages and malls are busy and disorienting and leaves me with not a great feeling about the city. It's not until later when I take a walk with L at street level down Orchard road, do I start to ...
... the drop I got dropped off at. Have I mentioned the heat!!
Went along Beach Road, it was bizarre to know that this was previously the coast prior to land reclamation. Saw the Raffles hotel. I will be going back there to have a Singapore sling.
Little China: I wasn't going to get off here, but then noticed the food places. I have purposely not mentioned what I have been eating since I left England..........I don't have the time to add that to ...
... leave plenty of time to visit Kampong Glam.
*We leave Singapore impressed. This modern city state is largely the product of the People’s Action Party which has been in power – well since the beginning. You could almost call it a dynasty. The first Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew, only stepped down in 1990. And since 2004 his eldest son, Lee Hsien Loong is serving as the country’s 3rd Prime Minister. Yes, the bureaucratic entry ...
... teleconferences came thick and fast and my daily ritual of office all day calls all night began unbeknownst to me this was the norm not the exciting new.
Wednesday came all too soon and the flight to Taipei, off to the airport and I was unwittingly presented with a dilemma. Here in Asia it is custom to present gifts to your customers as a token of respect and friendship. My customer is a keen whiskey drinking multi-millionaire, the ...