Harbour Ville Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... around. I got a map and made a couple of journeys beginning with the Marina Bay. Some of the buildings are 'far out' design-wise and I was snapping away in the heat and walking from one shadow to the the next trying to stay cool. And of course I wasn't cool at all without my shades.
Cousin Bill returned home and the evening began with a bottle of Champagne on ...
... Quay along with half of the Aussie and Kiwi expats in Singapore. The place was packed and lively, but the drinks kept coming out. The liveliness died down a bit with the result being a draw.
After the game Tina and I along with Margaret and Wayne walked further along Robinson Quay and enjoyed Singapore Slings and pizza at an Italian restaurant. Then it was off to bed for an early start.
... just had a general chit chat with us. Food was delicious, watching him make it right in front of us within 5 minutes! We had a go at the chop sticks, Nathan couldn't do them but I'm pretty good with them! We headed back after food and watched salt on TV and had another bag of nuts whilst watching the film before bed Day 15 Didn't do much today. Just had a lie in, went down for breakfast and the hotel had made us ...
... like deep fried chillies and the chicken was incredibly spicy. Rob even said "I think this is the hottest thing I've ever eaten" (Well you picked it!). At the end of the street we found the "Sir Mariammam Temple" where it appeared they were celebrating a big important birthday.
Next we are flying to Kota Bharu (northeast Malaysia) where we will get a boat to the Perhentian Islands. I am so excited to get to the beach and go scuba diving!
Today was zoo day so we were up early and ready to go. The zoo is a good half an hour drive from the city centre and for some bizarre reason has no train station! This meant that we had to walk to the Singapore flyer to catch the Safari Gate coach. It was a very nice stroll as Singapore is a beautiful city! It's not much of an early riser though and we noticed that most of the cafés were still not open yet. The Singapore Flyer was around a 20 minute walk away. Surprisingly ...