Hotel 81 - Hollywood
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... have a look at the photos. We had dinner there which was a bit disappointing in terms of what we got for our money but once we'd finished dinner, we realised we'd timed it perfectly to see the light show. In time to music, the tree lights lit up all different colours and patterns. It was really pretty. We rushed home afterwards using the faithful metro for our Skype appointment with my parents. We were treated to dad pulling stupid faces via video chat!
Today we got up ...
... lovely catching up with them and their families. Lots of laughs and delicious food. We were dropped back at my uncle's fairly early. We were tired, but decided to stay up till at least 9pm to try and avoid jet lag.
We had a fitful sleep. Jet lag had set upon us for the first time on our trip.
The next day was a food expedition. We had ...
... things. It was a pretty night so decided to walk back to the hotel and quickly realized that the underground pathways are amazing but equally confusing. They are designed to eliminate pedestrian traffic in busy and big intersections but if you don't know your way they can best be described as labyrinths :) Tomorrow onwards towards ...
... had something other than steak and cheese for once, and I actually liked it... Maybe I'll finally be able to move on from the steak and cheese monopoly, haha. So, now we're sat in departures just waiting - we're going to have another potter around this massive airport for a bit, and it'll soon be time to board and head over to Australia - this excites us both a lot as neither of us thought we'd ever go to Aus... See you on the other side! (Literally) Peace, T&N ...
One of the four Asian Tigers and once the stolen jewel in the British Empire, Singapore is often lauded, as an example of how a capitalist meritocracy is done right: Low crime, a highly skilled population and an economic surplus. But like its former colonial sisters it has its problems. The privileged headstart given by wealth and inherited alumni see a growing gap between those who have and have not, the schools measure ability strictly by numbers, the poorer get left behind ...