Madras Hotel Eminence
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... old men were playing), pagodas and
stone benches lining gardens. I was in heaven. In all this high space
were only four people including me. I found a sunny, quiet spot next
to a tree on a bench and, breathing deeply, ate my warm breakfast.
There was minimal city noise and maximal tranquillity. At 9.30h, I
was ready for a tour.
I met Wei and our small group (eight
including Wei) and we got started after some disclaimers. First he
explained that Chinatown ...
... Singapore Half-Marathon to raise money for his parents who had lost everything in the quake. Tash was ill so unable to run but we ate pasta and hydrated, got changed and got ready for the midnight half-marathon. Sinead went back to the Air BnB with the kids and Tash dropped me and Roxy as close to the start as possible. There were 30,000 runners so pretty busy! The start line was the F1 pit lane so amazing to see it. We set off and I felt good ...
... beautiful place, the airport I mean!!! It was so clean. We arrived at terminal three and had to hang around for four hours before catching our next flight to Barcelona on flight SQ68. This leg will be about fourteen (yes 14) hours long and we are not looking forward to this! Whilst we were at the airport, the five of us Barbara, Sarah, Neil, Phil and I,decided to go and have a look around and to also see what the shopping was like, well us ...
Today with fine weather we split up into our sightseeing pairs and headed for the MRT.
Dee and I had a short trip to Gardens By The Bay and began a lovely couple of hours amongst the beautiful gardens. We did the skywalk which gave some great views across the bay and all the structures within the gardens.we then went up into the Supertree bar.The admission included a coffee. While we were there we heard from Ali and Lana. Their MRT trip was long ...
... there again on the Pik Lenin Expedition which should now start beginning of Juli already. Hope I will still be able to do it after I have been exposed to terribly bad air and/or smoking every single day I have been in China. The Chinese smoke non-stop and everywhere and as always don't care about others. At least it helps reducing population. On the 8h ride back to Kashgar I also lost my phone, really stressing me out and costing me 2 taxi rides. It is really time to ...