Hotel 81 Classic
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We were dropped off at our coach stop by Sandy and the girls and Uncle and Aunty. We were sad to say goodbye as we got on with our journey to Singapore. It was the first time we had travelled this way to Singapore and it was very comfortable indeed with individual screen for videos but unfortunately most didn't work on this coach! We had one stop …
On the 23rd we said goodbye to Arielle, Alisha, Auntie, Uncle and Sandy.
We got on a big bus which took us to Singapore.
A taxi took us to our hotel called Hotel 81 Classic. After we loaded our bags we headed off down a dirt street until we reached a nice little restaurant.
We had a steamy hot pot soup with noodles, vegetables and squid. Yum!
... s banned on the public transport, I suspect because it could be used in nuclear warfare, this pong is seriously lethal!
The only thing I could compare the smell of durian to would be if one was to imagine the smell of a school litter bin which hadn't been emptied for about three decades. In the photos where I'm posing with said fruit, I managed to persuade the stall owner to take the photo by telling him I liked Durian, ...
... to our hostel. Thankfully the hostel was incredibly easy to find, especially with the help of a kind Singaporean gentleman. To save money, our diet for the next three days included street food, fast food, and Seven Eleven.
Some of the highlights of our trip included going to Singapore’s, finding an ice rink in a mall with synthetic ice, discovering they have a Wendy’s, and seeing all of the incredible architecture ...
... the street and connecting plaza to the Swiss building. While waiting at the light on the corner, who do I see crossing the other way? None other than the helpful hotel worker who escorted me to the bar. He's got a woman in tow (another tourist) and I can hear him talking about his life as he leads her to the Long Bar, the Long Way Around. Yep, I got scammed. But it only cost me a couple dollars, which is the one of the few bargains in this overpriced ...