Hotel 81 - Opera
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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After a great flight with Singapore Airlines, (in which I managed to watch no less than 4 films),we arrived in Singapore. I did have a bit if an issue on the flight when I stupidly chose to wear skinny jeans on a long haul flight: big mistake! I has to go and take them off, thought I was going to need talcum powder at one point!! The humidity was …
... of Sumatra and the Malay peninsular has now become the most high risk in the world. About 70,000 merchant vessels carrying a fifth of all seaborne trade and a third of the world's crude oil shipments transit this critical choke point. Fortunately these pirates aren't interested in cruise liners but target the oil carrying ships. It is quite a shallow piece of water necessitating the vessels to travel slowly increasing their vulnerability. We have ...
... Rex and I decided to go up and have a swim. We met a lovely Korean/NZ couple in the lift and had a great chat to them. They run a chemist shop in Opunake! It was on T J’s bucket list to swim in an infinity pool, just like me. Then they talked about their day on Sentosa Island and how much fun they’d had at Universal Studios. When I asked T J what his favourite ride was, he said Transformers! Mine too! We just had to have a ...
... Dome ( like the opera house for greenthumbs) took us all the walking power we had. There was even an Aussie section which got us all inspired . So we have done Singapore: Little India, the Arab sector, Chinatown, only a small part of Gardens by the Bay. The whole city turned upside down for a street Grand Prix, a floating soccer field with a land based stadium and a 3 tower hotel with what looks like a cruise ship ...
... much unlike those within the feebly scant city of New Plymouth.
Singapore has been fantastic, as this has been my first experience overseas I am amazed to have seen such a clean and safe country. The people here are very hospitable and friendly and our tour guide who came on the Night Safari with us was a great laugh. Universal Studios was a highlight for me all though the heat and humidity were ridiculously hot and muggy.