Hotel 81 - Orchid
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... to have onboard Dr John Freedman, an independent scholar and passionate world traveler who has been giving lectures on the history, culture, natural history and current affairs of the ports we are visiting. He has practiced medicine for over 30 years but is now heavily involved in educational travel and expedition leadership. His lectures so far have given us a much better insight into this part of the world. The last one was on Henry Wickham and his role in ...
Back in the U-S of A.
From Phuket, to Singapore (Again) and now, after 30 hours of travel, we are back in Scottsdale.
Phuket is an island and it is the largest in Thailand. We saw our final temple, and went trekking on an elephant. We disembarked the ship in Singapore and spent the night at a magnificent Hotel, the Marina Bay Sands and departed the
next day at 6 AM for our flight home via Hong Kong and Chicago ( ...
... trees growing out of it 20 storeys up. Just a little bizarre. Marina Bay Sands was the Truman Show under one roof: a Casino, a skating rink, international hotel hundreds of metres of swanky shops on 3 layers and an internal canal complete with gondolas. We probably pulled the ring out of it today as we are both exhausted. Walking in the humidity will do that to you particularly if you are a pensioner. Not as young as we use to ...
Touring around the city area on the hop on hop off routes was just like touring a construction site with new buildings and subways under construction. Singapore is trying to reduce the amount of traffic by three methods, tolls on inner city roads at various prices according to time, making it prohibitive to buy new and used cars eg 100% import tax on new cars and through a permit system up to 60,000 for a used car subway and expansion as mentioned before. ...
Last night we found out from another couple in our tour group that most of the shopping centres are underground attached to the train stations, and air conditioned....yay. We set off for Sentosa Island via the train a very civilised way to travel, here as well as some stations in France the platforms are walled I and the trains doors stop at the doors that open onto the tracks, so there is no access to the tracks until the train arrives and then ...