Hotel 81 Selegie
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... unaware of the concept of a selfie stick. But they were everywhere, and meanwhile someone, somewhere is laughing at the rest of the world because they got rich selling millions of what is essentially a stick. Yup. Why didn’t I think of that? Chris could have used one to take a photo of himself walking through downtown Singapore with his three blond wives in tow (Marja, Candace, and me), complete with two blond children in strollers. It must have been quite a sight.
... our hotel. As usual the driving was pretty hair-raising and we travelled through some developing areas but through a good deal of drab areas. This was such a stark contrast to Singapore and not the Penang Island I had expected. The mountains are tree covered and lush but every other spare inch is built upon and much in need of being restored or rebuilt. We arrived at our hotel on the north coast of Penang Island en cue for the half hour ...
... zoo set beside a river in tropical rainforest with all the animals in a natural environment. Just a wonderful experience. After a rest in our beautiful room, we had a swim in the huge roof top pool, followed by dinner in the restaurant on the same level and a fabulous light and laser show over the water. It is all like fairyland. A lot to dream about ...
Our flight left from darwin and we were up at 3am to catch a shuttle to the airport, the flight wasn't too bad as we got the row to ourselves meaning we could spread out a bit and try get some sleep! We arrived in Singapore airport and had read on our hostels website we could catch a shuttle from the airport, right to our hostel...only to find out they couldn't go that way due to roadworks. We had a stressful time trying to find and decide how we would get there, our ...
... the concert. Since it was still fairly early and since Caroline and I were all dressed up, we decided to put the kids to bed and check out the Marina Bay Sands casino downstairs. Why not! Because the entire resort was developed by an American company, we were expecting to find a Las Vegas style casino, and while on the surface it looked familiar, this casino clearly catered to an Asian customer base. Everyone smoked, most of the games were unfamiliar, and we ...