Fragrance Hotel - Sunflower
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... departure lounge.
I booked us a hotel in Bergen for later in the trip and Dylan looked at SIM card options.
Ran into Gary Larsen and had a good chat about the Waterboard before we boarded at 8:40, takeoff just before 9.
For a snack I had the cereal bar and water. I read some of my book and watched the view outside my window.
We landed at 10:10 and went to the baggage claim to collect our bags. We caught the tbus to the international terminal and ...
... we went. We alighted at the Chinatown Station and once outside, wondered where in the heck we were…we had no idea and our map was basic and had no details at all.
We seemed to be in an outdoor mall area with lots of stalls selling food - I can’t eat from those places - they make me feel ill. I have no idea how clean they are etc and Doug won’t eat from them either …. So we crossed over to another part of the mall where we ...
... it seemed like just a few trees so we didn't explore it in too much detail! Afterwards we walked to Boat Quay and Clarke Quay which are riverside restaurants and bars which are very pretty but also very expensive. However, we managed to find a fairly cheap place and enjoyed some wine and beers. We had planned to enjoy a nice meal on the river for our last night in Asia but it was all seafood and a bit too pricey for us. Instead we were happy to settle for yet another ...
... to small terrace shops just off side streets a short step away.
We stopped in at the Information Centre and organised a couple of bus trips, a Zoo visit, and a visit to the Gardens by the Bay - more on all that as and when it happens!!!
We then walked back to the hotel sit in the air conditioning for a bit before heading out to lunch. Singaporeans love their food courts as there ...
... Year and the night market was bustling. There is a famous maker of pork jerky, and people are lined up by the hundreds probably for a couple of hours to get some.
Yesterday we started at Little India. The Mustafa center is open 24 hours, probably has more than 2 million sq. ft. of shopping yet unlike what we expected, everything was tidy, neat and clean. We ate some Indian pancakes at the Teka Center, another mall ...