Madras Hotel Eminence
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Rojak. Turns out I don't like it. If anyone wants to know how to get loads of tasty fresh fruit and veg, and make it NOT refreshing, you just have to mix it all together in some sort of sticky sauce with some baked donut-like bread, shove loads of peanuts on top and call it Rojak. I was more thirsty after than before I had it. But still, I tried it! Plus it said it had Mango in it and it didn't... Don't do that to me. Following that, we spent a good 30 minutes trying to ...
... to the university canteen on the campus near Kathy's place. Nasi Lemak , a very tasty Malay dish. Then we dropped Dorothy and her luggage off at Buona Vista train station so she could go to the airport.
Our last evening together in Singapore, so Kathy , the boys and I went to eat pepper crab and a couple of other favourite dishes.
Early the next morning Stevie said his goodbyes ........ and then we had a half hour of mounting tension as Kathy ...
... of it). We managed to see the beaches in the Gulf through a break in the clouds. Have been spoilt with the Qantas service - lovely stewards and goodies. Lunch of chicken and couscous salad, delicious chocolate mousse (which the Indian lady across the aisle ate with her garlic bread!) plus SA wine. After watching an enjoyable movie - The Hundred-Foot Journey - We were served drinks, fruit, Maltesers, Weis bar, snacks for the rest of the flight. ...
... It is a first world country with vestiges of its third world past. It is only 50 years since it was given its independence from the UK. It is very safe - there are no dangerous areas. And its incredibly clean, amazingly so considering that there aren't many public trash baskets. The subway system is super efficient and so easy to use.
The people of Singapore are very ...
... straight back onto the Metro towards the Botanical Gardens. Here the sky suddenly started to look dark and rain seemed imminent, after such a clear and sunny morning while I'd been carrying my backpack around! Sure enough, about 30 minutes later I was left stranded in the middle of the park as heavy rain lashed down and the loudest thunder and worryingly close lightning sparked overhead. Luckily a park warden was doing the rounds in ...