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Travel Blogs from Johor Bahru
... and had bought one for me too. The rain didn’t stop for three hours. Sadly, all the rest of the shows were cancelled. We did manage to go a few other things, including a huge greenhouse type enclosure full of mice deer (really cute) bats, parrots and butterflies and went to look at some seriously scary snakes, including a huge python that had been found in a drain in Singapore and donated to the zoo….yikes!
Towards the end of the ...
Lovely day today, went to Orchard Rd this morning, Luke and Sally went to the gym then we had a wander around the shops before coming home mid afternoon. Gavin and Jill and Anne and Roley arrived in the afternoon from Perth and came over for a swim and ...
... 8217;m doing great. Life is good. God is great! Stay tuned. I will update yall again in a few more months.
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My Experiences in Singapore!!#Enjoying and loving Life #Ongoing
"Enthusiasm moves the world! "
♫ It's a beautiful day: Don't let it get away ♫
... great views and I had the car all to myself, causing me to experiment with taking selfies, trying to get the Singapore skyline into the photograph. It kind of worked out in the end.
The cable car took me to Mt. Faber where I wandered around a bit more and caught a few more glimpses of the city. But there wasn't much to do up there, other than visit an expensive restaurant and cheesy souvenir shop, so I hopped back on the cable car to Harbourpoint and returned to ...
... I couldn't find a replacement strap in England , even on the internet, because it's not standard, but in a tiny watch and clock shop by the market I even have a choice of colours, and the watch ( not expensive but nice) is back on my wrist! Another market feast ( roti and curry, mee and a drink of soya ) and we have a cool down under the fan at home until evening.
Another sumptuous feas t at the hawker stalls in Holland Village, where ...