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I'm sure you will have noticed that amazing food is quite a theme of our trip already... ( if you haven't noticed, check in on Dan's blog or Facebook and you'll see what I mean!) I think feeding our visitors, guests, friends is something we do as humans wherever we are in the world. Our family love feeding us their favourite foods, taking us out to their favourite eating places and stuffing us full of snacks that we can't get in England. I know that when they visit us ...
... pretty average beef and vege on rice. We both got Havana jandles on special, and Cam got some cool Nike shorts for Tomorrowland. Went through markets and found army print shorts and cam found cool tshirt. Still hungry but can't find just a ice cream, just donuts etc, so headed back to City Hall. Had a magnum which thoroughly enjoyed before getting back to hotel. Shattered that was a big mission and didn't get to ...
... the tree trunk and straight for Toosie, my four year old niece, wrapping its arms around her leg and appearing to bite her! Aamazingly, she was really quite calm about the whole thing, my sister was somewhat freaking out but it didn’t appear she’d been bitten. Once it had retreated back from hence it came, being the shameless tourist that I am, I attempted a couple more photos and then, before I knew it, the little blighter was after ME ...
... everything off and then went to Clarke Quay for a river cruise. This is where I finally got to see, and show Dave, the infamous lion statue.
Our phone battery was pretty kaput so it meant we had to sit back and enjoy it although we did sneak in a few selfies on our cellphones.
We stopped off for a Singapore sling then headed back to the hotel. Tomorrow we fly to ...
Big change of plan today thanks
to the weather. We had planned to visit the Botanical & Ginger Gardens
this morning with a 4km walk across the South Ridge this afternoon.
When we got up it was torrential rain, thunder and lightning; the weather had finally broken!
After breakfast we decided to have
an easy morning in the hope ...