Garden Hotel Singapore
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... a little shaded cafe and sampled Kaya toast, a delicacy in Singapore. It was ok.. A bit too sweet for us. It was a bit weird having something sweet on toast. We much prefer savoury! We explored some more, before stopping at Lau Pa Sat again. This time for lunch! Since we had the chopstick fear after yesterday, pizza was on the menu! This kept us going until we made it to china town. We were roasting by the time ...
... very good to travel on, apart from the technical issue when I tried to get back from the city. Luckily there was another route to get around the problem but it did remind of issues with the tube at rush hour! I was staying with John and Ani, who took me out to Singapore that evening where we went to the Raffles hotel, an iconic hotel in Singapore which is world famous for the cocktail, The Singapore Sling. They actually offer several ...
... br> We went back to Little India for dinner and Tom decided as we were flying to Indonesia tomorrow and he'd had trouble proving himself to be himself, it was about time he got his biff chopped. He spent 40 minutes waiting in an Indian barbers watching a Bollywood film on a big plasma TV as Hannah sat on a stool outside the shop. Singapore was fun, we definitely would have stayed longer if it wasn't so expensive!
... The highlight of the river safari for us was the alligators whilst the night safari highlights were the fire dancing and the rhino and leopard. The following day we headed to Sentosa island, not without a quick stop off for lunch at one of the many tasty food courts, not quite as impressive as Malaysia's but still nice and cheaper than England. The island was very quite, like we found for ...
... adjust: auto;">We went for a walk around Singapore and did the Singapore flyer and saw the Merlion.
It was hard to remember walking around the freezing temperatures of Mongolia and Russia now that we were in sweltering 30 degree heat.