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The trouble with crossing time zones is you're up with the birds when the city still has 5 hours before it comes alive! So, lots of walking today - all the way to the Singapore Flyer, where we got on the Hop-on Hop-off bus and we hopped all over the city! Such amazing buildings here - a wonderful mix of modern and colonial. Could do with a few more days in Singapore. Next time!!
... everyone was heading home, not us though we were off to the much talked about Night Safari! The night safari didn't open until 7 so we had a time to kill, which was fine it was dinner time! We had really good roast duck with all the trimmings; noodles/ rice obviously, dim sum soup veggies and a selection of sauces. The excitement of the night safari, which is in a completely different section to the zoo itself started off the fun ...
... dinner in hotel cafe and to bed.
Sunday 25 January - Late start to the day. Breakfast in the hotel cafe - very presentable for a budget hotel with good variety.
Out and about to pick up a few items for boarding the ship tomorrow. Helen's head on a swivel with all of the bright market bits and pieces in the laneways - but she enjoyed getting into the Singapore environment with all of the smells and the sights. Fortunately, we left her ...
... ice. The room was dark with a lot of clutter up at the top. Nonetheless it is hard not to giggle and yell when you are tubing down a tobogganing hill. The staff were snapping pictures at a frantic pace, hoping people would depart with $20 for a printed photo. We had about five runs when the little price - who was wearing more layers than any of us, announced that he was cold and wanted to go. We could not ...
... the tiled floor. After a time (rather a long time if I'm honest - service was slow) our cocktails arrived. The pinky liquid had been poured into a Raffles branded glass which was decorated with a glacé cherry and pineapple slice on a cocktail stick. It was good - but not mind blowing considering it cost $28. Then again, sipping a Singapore Sling in Raffles as you catch up on five months' worth of gossip with your best friend is pretty special. Priceless, ...