Hotel 81 - Gold
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... br> As arranged we were picked up at midday for the drive to the wharf. It's hard to explain the excitement, nervousness and trepidation we are feeling at this time. There were literally hundreds of people waiting to board but the process was quite efficient and we boarded at 12.30pm. We were shown to our stateroom, number 8128, where there was a bottle of champagne on ice and chocolates to greet us. Within an hour or so we ...
Nelly's observations of Singapore
Singapore, the city of the
Lion, is a melting pot of all Nations. Very friendly, helpful but not as clean
as Tokyo and NO masks are worn. But everyone, no matter what age or
nationality, are so busy with their I-pods.
Also, as you can see in
the picture of the subway system, they call it here the "tunnel". It’s a
smaller city then Tokyo. Very easy to get around and walker ...
... knowledeable about the country. He brought us to the largest Hawker centre in Singapore at an old airport. It was a lot busier than the one we went to earlier in the day. He mentioned that the true Hawker stands specialize in only a few dishes. Some of the dishes true to Singapore were the oyster omelet, bbq stingray, and satay. I had some stir fried sweet potato leaves with some hot sauce. Very tasty! We drank some fresh sugar cane. ...
... There is a really impressive boardwalk going through, yep another mangrove, and along the coastal forest. I really enjoyed my day there, it was worth the effort it takes to get there for sure. Islands usually are, I find.
One thing that ****** me off however, were the random wrong way signs everywhere. They said wrong way, but they actually weren't! They were fine to walk down, but the thing was, ...
So we slept terribly - I woke up at 2am and was convinced it was time to get up and Mike tossed and turned all night. Gotta love a bit of jet lag. Urgh.
Still, after showering (me with cold water because I forgot to flick the all important switch) and applying our many layers of sun lotion and insect repellant, we set off to Chinatown. We wandered the streets, looking at the stalls with hundreds of ...