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... had increased again and it was very cloudy up top - as well as extremely busy - however the pool was lovely and warm and it was wonderful to hang over the side and check out the view of the city.
Cindy and Wendy ordered a Pina Colada each (which took quite some time to arrive), and we hung around for a few hours before heading back to our room to change into something nice for our chocolate and cheese buffet experience.
... We are now back in the hotel, Dave is asleep even though there is live premier league footy on..... O-o and I am writing this.
Time to go now though....I will try and upload some extra photos and videos to the other posts.
Mum, we will try for that island place tomorrow, our flight is not until the night.
Hope you enjoyed the blog guys. Signing off now until our next holiday adventure. It has been a pleasure sharing our experiences. xxxx
... So let's see what happens tomorrow.
In the evening we dropped in at Billy's local (Bojangels) for the 3 P's, a Pint, a game of Pool and a Pizza. We returned home early as tomorrow was another big day. In addition to resolving the medication issue we are are leaving Singapore. Bill and Sunisa are fly to New Zealand and I am flying to Melbourne.
... was selling tours and secured tours for our entire stay in Singapore. Our first experience was the city lights. We were picked up and went to the Gardens by the Bay. Situated on reclaimed land from the sea some 30 years ago the 101 hectares of garden features over 2500 plants from over the world. One tree which came from Portugal cost 1 million dollars. We ...
... the Cougar, last in line, sprinted on to the hotel forecourt to be first into the first taxi to take us to the SCC. Such a display of enthusiasm from the Cougar left his teammates shaking their heads in amazement.
The rain had stopped by the time we had all arrived at the SCC. The ground was damp, the covers were on the pitch but the groundsmen were working away,so things were looking promising.
There was a lot of activity around the ground. ...