Harbour Ville Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 7 or 8 of them in the last 2 days! The observation deck on the 55th floor was exceptional, the sunset was somewhat disappointing.
On our last morning in Singapore, we strolled around the Chinatown area. The Chinese name for Chinatown actually meant Ox transporting water, go figure. We visited the Chinese Buddhist temple which has a shrine made with pure gold holding a relic from Buddha, a tooth which is 1 out of ...
Our guide and driver met us at the hotel--first stop the National Orchid Gardens of Singapore. It was already very warm and humid at 9:00 am. The gardens were lovely--green and lush. There was a group of locals doing what appeared to be a combination of line dancing and tai chi outdoors under the trees. Chuck joined them for awhile and he did great! We stopped to try some interesting food at a local ...
... trees. I was ready to be done at 9KM but alas there were no Tuk Tuks around. Caleb was playing with some local kids when I got back. A game from India where the kids play tag essentially and the person it has to hold their breath and say 'maukda' over and over until they tag someone. In such a hot climate I am not sure holding your breath and running is a great idea. Everyone is tired tonight. Four days of being ...
... duck into a food market because of a down pour. I order some chicken curry called Ah Heng Curry Chicken Bee Mee I think.
After lunch we went down to Boat Quay, where all the old boat master and traders houses were and had a wandered. We also boarded a boat tour that took us up river (or up reservoir I should say as it is now used as a fresh water reservoir) with commentary about what we were seeing.
One fact for ...
... so hard I couldn't open my eyes until I had the bright but bizarre idea of putting my sunglasses back on. Eventually we made it, but my shoulders and back have been burning from the lactic acid ever since.
I did learn something important today though. I have always subscribed to the philosophy of needing different training gear for every sport I do. Against my better judgement I compromised for our travels, and that was my downfall today. I can ...