Fragrance Hotel - Sunflower
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... who was heading off to find a supermarket but had no Singapore money, thinking he could exchange it at the MRT station. I gave him a train ticket which he had to top up with a fare, told him where the station was and the nearest supermarket and gave him the remainder of our Singpore dollars - $12 to get him going.
When we got back to the cruise terminal we went upstairs and used the free WiFi where we ran into Joyce and Jeff. We ...
... you have the massive glass skyscrapers surrounding the older original buildings. These old buildings were very practical, the family worked downstairs in the shop and lived upstairs. The shop section all had a 5ft wide walkway so people could get out of the afternoon downpours and still walk along. Most of the upstairs residences have glass in the windows now but there are a few with just bars and storm shutters. Even today you see the high rise residences ...
... me wrong, I love photos of wildlife, and I have subjected many people to looking at my photos over the years. But the term “everything in moderation” was coined for a reason. Or, if you’re Candace, then the coin was termed.
Candace and Shane had another visitor during the CNY holidays who also joined in many of our festive activities. I will not reveal his true identity lest he suffer any negative repercussions in the workplace. His pseudonym is ...
... one guy cracking penut shells and just throwing them on the floor! We were totally shocked. But looking around there were bags of peanuts on all of the tables and all over the bar floor, literally everywhere were Piles of the shells -bizarre! After this we headed to marina bay in hope to meet up with Fiona and Charlie who are also on this side of the world travelling, and were by coincidence in Singapore at the same time. We reached the bay and honestly had no idea where we ...
... beers and, not pictured, laughs with fellow noshers, the fun-loving staff and the little live band that moved up and down the alleyway. We all sang 'Don't worry, be happy' at the top of our little international lungs. Who knows how many cultures and languages were represented, but everybody knew the words to Bob Marley's best-known song, the symbol of another culture, far away.
The earth is a beautiful place.