Hotel 81 Rochor
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A day playing at being big kids over on Sentosa Island - high wires, free fall jumps, climbing, a zip line and luge. All before getting back to hotel pool, via another shopping-centre-in-train-station detour, for a refreshing swim and then heading out for the night. The compulsory Singapore Sling in Raffles hotel Long Bar was consumed before stumbling upon (via the helpful TripAdvisor app with offline Singapore info) a cool cocktail/food venue ("Tess") for another cocktail and some ...
... when it turned up it was too hot. I must have looked bad because they ended whipping it away and doing something with it so I could eat it, Roy would have loved it. So I had another beer.
I think it is cooler tonight or I am getting used to it but the zoo has stopped the night safaris because of what they call "haze" and what I call smog. Going to either the Tiger Balm gardens or the Botanical gardens tomorrow depends on how I feel tomorrow.
... was unsuccessful because of the nearby noises. In the end I was entertained in the from of English lads on their way to Singapore for the Grand Prix. They had organised an attendant to ensure their table never ran dry of beer while they recalled what they drank in the business class bar on their flight from England. It was a lot. The emergency row seat didn't prove to be anything special. In fact, the opposite. There was no where to store stuff and the entertainment screen came ...
... recommend it to anyone travelling in this neck of the world. The signs were informative and easy to read but what impressed us the most was that we were not looking at animals through wire bars. Julia did a junior zoo keeper session. She wore a specially marked vest to look like a zoo keeper, then for an hour was guided 1:1 by ...
... at all. Everything was gone! Durian Magic!!!
Next, to cool the body after the 'warming qualities of the durian,' they mixed salt and water to drink. I agreed and took two cups of it to try, but really preferred to have the durian taste in my mouth, not saltiness. I was too shy to refuse, so I ended up drinking it every time I had durian with them. In the future, I will do the washing trick, but not the beverage one.
Then it was time to organize the next day and back the heck out!!