Garden Hotel Singapore
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... the riverfront passing an indian guy with a 8ft white python draped round his neck, the head held out front licking the air. We do not invade his personal space naturally & slip into a Spanish Tapas bar on the waterfront called Octapas. We tuck into some BBQ baby pork ribs & potato n cheese croquettes washed down by a Tiger beer, pay for rental of the waterfront bar & head back to the hotel to collapse into bed ...
... Checked in at grand pacific hotel, nice and very central. Got changed and went out into sticky evening for a walk and acclimatisation. Shops open to 10.30pm and streets crowded. Most cafés bursting. Forgot cameras! We will be in such trouble. So far we haven't made the cut as tourist at all! Back to hotel where we grabbed a quick bite in cafe before heading back to room. 2am NZ time we finally put out ...
... 100 years ago. There was a wharf, a seafood restaurant, a police station and about 10 places with 100s of bikes for hire. Luckily it was very quiet when we were there so we hired a couple of bikes for the massive fee of $8 each and went for a ride. There are lots of mountain bike tracks but we stuck to the sealed roads and made our way to the other side of the island to look at Malaysia. After an hour or two we made it back ...
... to Sentosa Island where a Kiwi lady sitting opposite us asked Les "Where did you get those Sunnies?". With the pride and confidence that only an international jet setter can exude he replied with a beam "These darlin'? You will need to go all the way to Camden Market in England to pick up a pair of these!". She smiled politely. Later that day when we boarded our Air New Zealand flight the hostess came up to Les and said. "I'm in England next week so I will buy some of ...
... now that was exciting!!! :)
The hotel is lovely also. The breakfast was a smorgasbord of food and the service was delightful. I have a lovely view of the city and a huge room-probably my last time in luxury. Once I hit the UK I may be slumming it slightly.
There are two things I want to do here in Singapore see the Marina Bay and do the Night Safari at the Zoo. Problem is I am still in a ...