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... and a few bags of crisps and sing to your heart's content with your friends for a couple of hours! Dan didn't really need a microphone to be honest, but it was all good fun, Kah Peng and Stephanie (my second cousins) have awesome voices and by the end of it (getting on for 2am) we all had sore throats. I can't believe how late things stay open here, after karaoke we went to get food... That's right people, more food, at 2am, how these kids stay skinny I have no idea! We found a ...
... out looking at the stunning view. We continued our mission. No one seemed to know anything about fish markets and were pointed in direction of food court, which was huge and extremely busy. Every Chinese and Indian food available. A meal is under $10. We shared satay beef, chicken korma and crispy duck. We felt very much out of place, although dressed casual nice, the shopping malls full of Chanel, Prada etc is so flash ...
... Luckily, I was at the baboon enclosure and managed to take refuge under a hut. I figured it was probably a shower and waited for it to pass. It didn’t. Half an hour later, I was still waiting and had to go back and meet my sister and nieces on the other side of the zoo. I only had a small summer dress on. Muggins here didn’t take a single piece of waterproof clothing to Singapore. Fail. In the end I decided just to bite the bullet and run for ...
of the Orchard Road back to the hotel; detouring into Emerald Hill Road which
is lined with traditional old Singapore terrace houses dating back to 1902.
Back at the hotel we freshened
up and decided to take the MRT from Little India to Clarke Quay for an
evening stroll and something to eat. By now it had dried up, the clouds
had cleared and the humidity was starting to build.
We stopped ...
... girls, one from Australia and the other one from Spain). The idea was to go to the rooftop bar and club called Kudeta. The only problem was that Gonzalo was supposed to wear full shoes which he had left in his big backpack in Kuala Lumpur. Kudeta belongs to one of the most exclusive places in Singapore so itīs understandable that its guests are required to respect a certain dress code. However, according to our friends these rules were only applied to the club.