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... were there the previous night and had seen the first 3 floors so wanted to see the fourth floor that seems to get more wild as you go up. We started at the Lady Boy bar since we were sober and for kicks. The Lady Boys are always so good natured and funny to talk with. I exchanged Facebook friends that wanted to better his/her English skills so I offered to help as an English teacher. Then we went into the Russian bar. The girls are amazing and beautiful. Tony's ...
The number one problem for citizens 25 to 35 is credit card debt. To combat this, the government banned credit cards for most people three years ago. Now, the only people who can have a credit card must have a salary that shows they can pay it off.
Mascot: The “Merlion” (combination of a lion and a mermaid) is the made-up symbol of the city and he’s a friendly, although imposing guy. We really liked ...
... rays "fly" through the water chasing each other while schools of other tiny little fishies swam in perfect unison with the rays was a spectacular display. Walking through the tunnel under the shark tank was surreal. That evening we wandered around the narrow streets of an interesting area called Haji Lane with tons of little ethnic restaurants. Allan was craving a cocktail (as usual) so we settled on a cute little Turkish restaurant and took a seat at ...
... at their maximum.. with each of us now carrying two carry-on items in addition to the one checked in piece!!
The kids were great agreeing to dine-in one evening and allow mom and dad to head up to the Marina Sands for a cocktail and then out to dinner. Ate at the Stone Fish restaurant in China Town and had an incredible fish lunch - fresh and delicious. ...
... our few days in Singapore, a city that I would recommend people to visit even though it is pretty pricey.
The next few days were spent flying back to Bangkok and sorting out visas for our trip to Vietnam in January and sorting hotel and trips for the Scorror family’s arrival the following week. This trip south to Malaysia and Singapore brought us to the half way point of our trip – only 60 days left of our winter away!