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Both of my flights on Eva Air, the first one in to Taipei and then the one from Taipei to Singapore were delayed - ultimately just enough to make it so that Rhiannon landed first and got through immigration and spent about 10 minutes looking for me. I landed in another terminal and had a long line through immigration... but ultimately made it to her terminal and she found me.
We took the train to a stop near our hotel and walked to the hotel. ...
... humidity (everyone was starting to get a little sweaty!) the massive fountain and all of the tropical plants were beautiful, and towards the end of our wander round there, the clouds started to form at the top of the conservatory and gave the place an amazing atmosphere. From here we had a short walk around the waterfront, where the storm that had been brewing eventually broke and gave us a spectacular lightning show. The forks were going crazy across the sky and looked as ...
... An hour later Daddy Edgell and I boarded our business class Malaysian Airlines flight to Singapore via Kuala Lumpur- off for our next exciting chapter. So this is where we leave you. Thank you so so much for following our journey and for those closest to us we thank you for your support and encouragement to do this crazy thing. Over a years planning has, like many things on this trip, been ticked off the list.....see you in New Zealand for the next joint ...
... on the bus for a quick stroll round the botanical gardens, and thankfully no rain today, back to the hotel and after a cuppa a bit of luggage wrangling, ready to head off at 6.00 am for our 13hr flight to the UK, hopefully well manage to get some rest this leg is on the A380 which is a very comfortable plane. Not going far this evening, cocktails in the hotel lounge then just somewhere local for a quick bite.
... Ayam Bakar, which is grilled chicken that is marinated and then served with a lemak coconut milk-based yellow gravy with rice. The fish belado is also a non-spicy version, more reminiscent of a sundried tomato sauce with just a tinge of spice. The price ranges from roughly around $9 to $20. If you want to choose from the full menu, you guys better arrive before noon!