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... turned a blind eye.
I would have liked to have picked up a souvenir in the gift shop - maybe a postcard of one of the pictures - but it was just basic touristy stuff which was a bit disappointing.
After visiting the museum, we grabbed some very cheap snacks from the small supermarket downstairs and headed back to our room to change and go for our first swim in the infinity pool.
On the way back, Cindy and Wendy ...
... AND government taxes on top of it! incredible lol.....but still an experience we won't forget for a long time! I asked Dave if he wanted another sling but he said something about having to re-mortgage the house and we left quickly....
Singapore itself is clean and very manicured indeed. It has incredibly beautiful high rise buildings which look almost sculpted they are so complex in design. Where as Hong Kong went for building density, ...
... to the UK and it's still got a long way to come. Fingers crossed.
Spoke to Linda lunch time and she was concerned that I hadn't set up a licence with the HSA over here to get the medication into the country. I then spent couple of hours sitting in a coffee shop with a wifi connection speaking to a laid back individual that didn't fully appreciate ...
... of the British Empire still in existence. It was 49 years ago today that Singapore received its independence from Britain and they really showed up in their hundreds of thousands to celebrate.
The crowds were closely matched by a large number of Police and Security. Their primary role was crowd control and they had started setting up road closures by mid-day as the people made their way to the Bayfront to see the celebrations and later ...
... after much walking and visiting and by 1pm, we were exhausted and famished. We were given a free and easy time and to explore the rest of Chinatown and to meet back at Chinatown Point by 3pm. Derek and I walked around and found this place called ‘Tiong Bahru Meng Kee Roast Duck located at Chinatown Food Street to grab our lunch and relax while we preview the pictures we took with ...