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... companion profusely (as they'd also assisted us with our suitcases), and got off at the right stop.
Once we'd figured out how to get out of the station with the help of a friendly railway guard - we finally lugged our bags to our hotel and checked in. By this stage it was close to 1am and we'd been up since 5am. We were utterly exhausted and said very brief goodbyes to each other before heading to our own tiny rooms for some more needed sleep.
... and the Beach Hotel. Why would we?! She did an awesome job upgrading us! This hotel also has free wi-fi (hence my update now) and breakfast in the morning!! It is called the Park View Hotel.
Our room itself has no windows but it is clean, air conditioned and has a really powerful shower too. We were both happy with the first one but no way would we kick up a fuss at ...
... the city, harbour and the working port. Lots of modern structure and interesting building shapes. Also the iconic old Raffles Hotel - very colonial and expensive.
Had a nice dinner at a lovely place in the city. Returned to the airport in plenty of time to retrieve our carry-on baggage and wait for the plane to Milan.
... of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel which is three 57 story towers with a ship on the roof. An amazing building with jaw dropping views of the city. The bar and pool are open air and there are a series of restaurants but eating there would cost you an arm and a leg so we gave that a miss. There are tables you can hire at a cost of $2,000 (£1k) for the night and then your drinks are free until you've spent the 2G which should probably buy you a couple of ...
... million people in Singapore. One million of them are migrant workers needed to keep the economy going. In Little India most of those migrant workers congregate in the bazaars on Sundays, their day off.
We finally found the remnants of the Empire all huddled in the Long Bar at the Raffles Hotel. This is a must for all the ex pat tourists to reflect on those days of yore and relish ...