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30/12/2013 - 04/01/2014 30/12 Goodbye Oceania and Ni Hao Asia! Nach dem ca. 7,5-stündigen Flug -den wir aus welchem Grund auch immer anfangs für einen 4-stündigen Flug hielten lol- waren wir in Singapur und somit am Startpunkt unseres Asienabenteuers angekommen :) Unsere ersten Eindrücke: schwül, heiß, dunkel und …
... in Australia I ask?) and head for the main attraction. The orangs are as amazing as we expected, and the entranced look on Nanette’s face tells me that the long wished for trip to Borneo to see orangs in the wild is definitely still in the list. We wander off from time to time to look at other things but somehow keep finding ourselves back on the benches near these big bags of shaggy brown fur. We’re a ...
Our first stop in South East Asia was Singapore. I was very excited to see one of my best buds Laura May who had flown in the night before and also George and Baggs who had secretly been planning to come to Asia to surprise the boys. We arrived at our hostel in the centre of Singapore in the morning, met up with Laura and then headed straight out for some food. ...
... to explore China town before catching our flight to Melbourne. China town is basically a grid of streets all selling the same kind of produce, souvenirs for tourists and chinese related objects. We found "food street"and had a wander around the little stalls before finally settling on a pick and mix type stall where we could buy a variety of things to split.
After a lovely laid back afternoon we headed back to the hostel ...
... Flower Dome" and the "Cloud Forest". The Flower Dome had 1000 yr old olive trees and gardens from places around the world , including Australian natives. The floral displays were just beautiful. One of the workers told Paul they employ 200 gardeners. The Cloud Forest included a 35 metre man- made mountain and waterfall, with tropical plants, orchids and ferns. You could go up 6 levels and walk around the tree tops, just spectacular! We went and had a ...