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FIRST STOP SINGAPORE
Weather Sunny and Hot
The adventure begins with a short stay with Cousin Billy Lyons in Singapore. Quite apt perhaps as we shared some of our fist explorations as kids, digging up the garden to find worms and insects, building sand castles at the seaside, staying up all night to catch Farther Christmas delivering our presents and listening out for the sound of ...
... visit was that the places was quite inaccessible. I had to walk quite a long distance from Bugis MRT station to Haji Lane and the heritage sites especially under the hot weather. It was quite inconvenient as it was too far too walk and at the same time not worth to take a cab. Although business executives won't mind paying for a cab, I think convenience is a more important factor and hence an improvement of maybe providing shuttle ...
... sick so wanted to sit with me which meant Hamish was with Geoff. Poor James even with the drugs didn't have a great flight - he managed ok better than previous flights but still felt sick for a while after we landed....though that could have been tiredness too. We headed to the hotel straight from the airport and checked in to the hotel. It is a truly amazing building that has been built to be ostentatious and over the top and it definitely ...
... of it.
NO FEEDING THE BIRDS!
A coffee was first on the menu, and then we went off to find the Kinokonyu bookshop - a vast bookshop in one of the glitzy buildings on Orchard ...
... we had to get off again at Promenade to interchange to the train towards Bayfront. I felt quite smug when we managed to reach Bayfront with no trouble at all.
The pathway towards Gardens by the Bay was long and wide with huge pictures and mirrors on the walls. A group of teenage girls were practising modern dance moves in front of the mirrors, blaring out tunes from a pink-cased iPhone that they laid on the floor. Tourists were everywhere. At the end of the ...