Hotel 81 Selegie
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... was walking down the road to it. No pavement and 2 or three lanes of traffic coming at me. Great! I then walked along another busy road with no pavement, going past Bukit Cine and Hang Li Poh's well. The well was filled with poison a few times in its history in attempts to invade Melaka and when the Dutch came along they built a wall round it. Bukit Cine or Chinese Hill has a cemetery on it. I walked round the bottom. I didn't want to go up it as it looked a bit creepy. Then I walked ...
... lots of goats various other animals and dragon boats celebrating Singapores 50th birthday. Once finished in the gardens I went for a stroll around Little India with all its traditional Indian stalls and shops. The evening was spent on a tour to Singapore's night safari as it was recommended as one of Singapore's top attractions. The queues were terrible after 1hour of queuing we finally boarded the tram for the night safari ...
^That's what wikitravel said the day would be about. On the way to the MRT station I took a stroll through Boat Quay, an area full of pubs and restaurants. I've seen this area lit up at night but during the morning not much was happening. There were a couple of tanks full of crabs. The tanks will be less full by the end of today. Again the F1 prevented sightseeing with access to Merlion blocked off. I gave up on that & caught the MRT and a bus to Changi Museum (MRT $2.10 ...
... us up and we dropped off Karum at his mates for dinner and then went back to theirs. They had made some really nice guji food and I ate so much. His family were so nice and hospitable to us. We then went out for drinks and met Sagars friend Kevin, who was working at jp Morgan out here. Went back to his plCe for a bit and he was living a ballers life. Sick bachelor pad and amazing location. I was shattered so we left after a while and ...
... words and found myself REALLY wanting to use them when I spoke. I only touched on it in the last two days because I thought it was awkward for a white girl to zip out local jibe. Haha. Daphne encouraged me, so next time it's all barriers down!
Daphne and I then readied to continue our day. We went to the Holland Village Hawker Centre and had a traditional Singaporean breakfast. We had two ultra soft boiled eggs, pepper and thick soy sauce. In a shallow bowl, ...