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... of year.
The kids enjoyed luge rides flying down the hill.
Then by this time we had to cool off and had a swim at Siloso Beach.
It was a very, very hot day.
We finished the day with dinner in Banana Leaf, Little India. Thanks for the tip Jennine, it was yum. Being such a fussy eater Riley actually ate here.
... new Sports' Complex. The old building was torn down and the new structure is very like Etihad Stadium. It caters for a wide variety of sports. It also boasts an indoor climbing wall with degrees of difficulty increasing across the various faces. One little girl I watched, about 10 - 11, did the most difficult just like a cat. Very strong in he fingertips and toes! Before we returned to the hotel, we were treated to ...
... and the staff were friendly . Most importantly, We can enjoyed eating middle eastern food which is very affordable at a cost of less than a $100 total.
We concluded that Malay Heritage Centres and surrounding areas are places worth a visit ...
... nail polish :-))) And I also got to update my underwear collection, which is so exciting after a year and a half of rotating the same 5! On one hand, it feels great to be back in downtown civilization, seeing people in suits, high heels and briefcases...but on the other hand, I see myself get so guarded, judgmental, and irritable in a hustle and bustle of city life. It was a nice break for a day. But I am happy to return to my paradise ...
... quirky place, still pay excessively more than we should and have done in the past, but at least we could fall back on having something to report within the blog. We went for the quirky option and despite it being slightly more than our accommodation budget, we were very pleased with the result. We stayed at Vintage Inn in Little India and it's quirky because you don't buy a room, you buy a sleeping pod. It's basically a dorm with a slight difference, as the beds are doubles, ...