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... World, where seven people in our group paid
US$10.00 each to go inside and look around for 45 minutes. After
seeing more than 5,000 varieties of orchids at the Singapore Orchid
Garden, I didn't feel like visiting a very small “so called”
orchid garden. Once again no entrance fees were posted and prices
varied for everything, including snacks and beverages. Another
seedy tourist trap with totally disinterested staff!
... Malcolm and I decide to head to Oistins. We're going to have an adventure by going on the bus.
As we head out it begins to rain (as it always seems to when I've been to Oistins) and to our amazement we see the bus right outside the villa. We know that there is one but this is the first time we've actually seen it so we have to catch it. But not before Ruth dashes back for an umbrella.
As she goes inside one of ...
We got up early to get our beach chairs for the day. Picked a prime spot under the umbrella trees. After breakfast we set off to walk the beach to Needhams's point. Watsched some surfers and a sailing race along the way. Laying in the sun took us to noon and a lovely lunch in our house on the beach! In the afternoon we snorkled and basked in the sun. Once we were cooked , Joan and I did some more painting . Now the guys are off to happy hour and we ...
... started to look around for somewhere to eat. Can you believe an airport of this size has no McDonalds, no Burger King and the only Starbucks was at the other side of the terminal. I’m not saying those restaurants would be our first choice but there was nowhere else really, a TGI Fridays and a couple of places selling sandwiches. We made do with a sandwich in the end and took it on the plane. I for one was ready to take flight from there. The ...
... to sail shortly. We had to go to the Arena theatre with our life jackets; all the usual rigmarole.
Later on we got ourselves ready for dinner. We had been allocated table #76 in the Bay Tree Restaurant. We always ask for a table for six or eight as we like the social interaction with our fellow passengers and we have enjoyed some great company in the past. Tonight's dress code was smart casual, so I put on my purple floral ...