Hotel 81 - Chinatown
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... the heat. But as one local was telling us it’s a real catch 22. The Indonesian farmers don’t want to stop what they’ve been doing for centuries, and the Singaporeans don’t want to pay triple for produce if new regulations are put in place. There’s talk of a boycott, so it will be interesting to see where this leads.
The other interesting thing we noticed about the city, apart from the fact that no one smokes ...
... quite enough money to buy them!! Back to the MRT Station and to Bugis Street and Junction shopping areas. What a change, 4 floors of shops and truck loads of everything. We wandered and perused then made our way to Raffles Hotel and the Long Baar for the Legendary and expensive Singapore Sling. (You have to do it once~~) $72 later and we meandered back to the hotel via a few shopping centres. After ...
... s favorite singapore drinks, made of blackcurrant juice. afterwards we went to sembawang shopping centre and bought a singapore t-shirt each. We took a shuttle bus back to yishun to enjoy amelie's grandma's homecooking for dinner. We were stuffed at the end, and couldn't take any ...
... amazing time when your friends from New Zealand came come on holiday with you in your home country. Definitely good memories made so far.
It's been a gank time so far with the boiiiis, in the couple of days we have had so far. The different food that we have tasted in Singapore has been great and should be even better! Looking forward to seeing the contrast between the two countries when we hit up Thailand.
... our room Ali was awake as she couldn't work out how to turn out the lights. I was sure I could and went through the same process she had and ended up turning lamps off at the wall. Then Ali decided we should leave the bathroom light on and I jumped up and immediately walked into the corner of a wall, swore loudly and we both went off to sleep laughing. (We haven't shared a room since we were in boarding school at the age of 15.) A good day with a lot of ...