Le Meridien Singapore
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... from the early colonial period. Raffles of course is lovely, but the surprise for me was CHIJMES (Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus) which takes up a whole block - with buildings (cloisters? with verandas) all around the outside, gardens inside and a large church at the front. This is being developed into shops (because of course there aren't enough already), galleries and cafes. Beautiful.
The sun was ...
... The heat was starting to take its toll on us newbies, so we cabbed back to Holland Road. Cabs are cheap, plentiful and cold!! Even 5 mins in air con does wonders as a pick-me-up.
Refreshed after a dip - we ventured out again via MRT into downtown- Raffles Square, and from there did a big loop walk around Fullerton bay and Marina Sands, the iconic building with the boat on the top, out to the ...
... Away - We watched Puss in Boots Dance of the Magic Beans
We saw the big lion Merlion, we caught the monorail back to Singapore from Sentosa Island.
We had local food for tea and I got a new Ralph Lauren Shirt.
We packed for London and went to bed.
... and the last flight is at 7:35 PM.
Distance : The total distance between these two cities is about 2,584.42 miles, approximately 6hrs flight time.
Weather : Humidly walkable and was caught in unannounced rain twice.
Language : No barrier. Easy to navigate your way around. Signposts in Singapore are written ...
... you Dr. Bourke. At least more people in the airport this time.
I smiled a lot at our stewardess. She might have guessed I was excited. Especially when I clapped when she first offered us a drink. We both had a singapore sling.
Yummo! So much for our bourbans!!
She came past again, I smiled again, without asking she handed me another cocktail.
Made my day.