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... now that we've crossed the time zone which even though will help us sleep on the next leg seeing as we get into Melbourne at 9am it doesn't do much to help the too much travel sick feelIng in my stomach. Not matter how healthy you eat and no matter how much water I'm drinking I still feel bad. It's weird right now. I don't know if it is all about exhaustion and travel and kids and airports etc but i don't feel anything ...
... whether she was going to check it and she said well she assumed we'd booked our flight out because Pete had his laptop in his hand. So the answer is No, she wasn't going to check it properly so really we could have showed her anything really. She was however very nice and could see how flustered and sweaty we were so she was very sweet and polite and even gave us seats in the emergency exit row after looking at Pete! Result!
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... for lunch then the Mariana which was beautiful. It's currently 14.20 on Sunday afternoon and I'm write this entry. It's about 34 degrees with 97% humidity. The girls left to fly home to England this morning at 5am and I checked into a much more suitable hostel for the night. Iv managed to navigate myself to the botanic gardens where I am pitched on the grass with apple. A fair trip away from my base but the underground is very cheap and easy to work out. This is ...
... as not how he remembers it 15 years ago! Also they appear to be renovating it so mostly dug up. There were one young lads playing in the nets though. Feeling a bit peckish, we went into a shopping centre and had a Subway roll each. Next stop Raffles hotel where we went into the long bar for a drink. Didn't have a famous Singapore Sling though, just a Tiger Beer. Not cheep there! Walked back to ...
... br> The afternoon tea selection was pretty big standard - sarnies minus crust, scones, fruit and a fine selection of overly sweet cakes, all unlimited. But it's the impeccable service that makes this place so memorable. The waiters were dressed head to toe in dazzling white tunics and were ready and waiting to pour your tea, replenish anything the second you used it and move your chair for nipping to the loo. I was almost surprised when I ...