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Singapore zoo here we come. Two trains and a bus journey later we arrived at the entrance to the zoo. It took about an hour and a half from our hotel although the transitions between each link was seamless. Many of the animals at the zoo roam free which gives you a chance to spot them in their natural habitat. In many areas you walk through on …
Well here we are in Singapore on the last leg of our trip. We managed to fit all our belongings back in the two rucksacks and said goodbye to our Kuching hosts, to the multiple flash of ipads. Well one Ipad but Haji's wife did take lots of photos with it (NB Haji aka Thompsons) kuching airport was a pleasant experience- very well organised and not …
1/4/11 Arrived in Singapore at 1930 and checked into our hotel. Once again we find us in the red light district where, yes our hotel is rented out by the hour!! Went out to the local eatery and found Cindy, our Singha beer bargirl!! She remembered us from before and gave us free monkey nuts!! (a Singapore thing)
Treading the very same concourse we'd circumambulated to keep our circulation flowing on a fuel stop some 10 months earlier, we collected our luggage on this occasion as we disembarked Singapore airport. Other things also became surreal as we felt teleported to this new destination under such a change in circumstances: where were all the touts? …
... br> most beautiful metropolis that I've been to. The subway was sparkling
and remarkably efficient and we didn't hesitate to walk through dark
alleys. Such a safe and respectful city (except for the Chinese-they
were ********) and we only saw one police officer in 3 days.
Unbelievable. The only real downside to the whole 3 days was our room
which compared favorably to a jail cell. The worst of the trip to be