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... three towers. The sky deck is shaped like the haul of boat, mirroring the many large cargo ships that anchored just off shore. The view of the downtown from the sky deck is unmatched, simply beautiful, and we found a bar and decided to have our sample of the famous Singapore Slinger - good drinks, good people, and a great view!!!! Our last night in Singapore, we were wined and dined on the Singapore Flyer, the worlds largest Ferris wheel at 165 meters tall - taller ...
... but a really great time. I was just so proud of myself for going out alone and not getting lost. I got back to the hotel and went to the most expensive mall in Singapore across the street to get lunch. I found a Dunkin Donuts and something called fried fritters, maybe Asian version hushpuppies? I ended up with a salad, still holding off on the Asian food for now.
Tonight the plan is to go to shul and the botanical gardens tomorrow!
... so did not need to go through the whole process. The check in queues were also not moving, if there was any way we could get around standing in one, we’d figure it out.
Finally we were told to stand in queues further down in the building, which we happily did. Our bags were dropped off, we were through security and on the other side: new adventures awaited us.
We still had a bit of money left over and found a pastry shop that ...
... staying awake when our guide wasn't talking and pointing out animals. Afterward, we did the walking paths which brought us up close and personal with many of the animals who were out and about. Most of the cages were separated from us with natural barriers to make the feeling more realistic. The bats were my favorite and we even got to walk in a special room where they were out and about flying around. Both of us agreed it was a pretty neat experience. The only problem ...
... the rally, plus monthly 'most fish' - with the winner each month receiving a beer and a lure from the loser! Something to keep it just a bit more interesting while cruising!
We set off early for Admiral's Marina Port Dickson, timing the currents and tides so that we could get the best 'push' (currents up to 2 knots are common in the Malacca straits) on the long journey. As there was not many places to stop on this leg, we decided to do an overnight passage so we could arrive in ...