Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard Singapore
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... country and small. In my opinion it should be part of Malaysia but are keeping the wealth of the city to themselves are are greedy. It is very modern, gum is illegal and not sold, smoking is only in designated places, and the cleanest city I have ever seen in my life. Seeing the cleanliness you don't ever feel like putting any garbage or wrapper, cigareet butt or anything on the ground. It was once owned by the Dutch, During WWII owned by the Japanese and now independant.
So! Decided to try my hands at travel-blogging. Never been a blogger of any sorts before - I enjoy writing once in a while, but blogging seems to require some discipline, so that means it's tough ;)
But I have a family trip coming up next month, and I'm really looking forward to it, for various reasons:
- This will be my first trip to Europe in more than ten years (my last trip there was a ...
... to land on the northern runway. T2, the new Queen's terminal, is pretty impressive though the size means quite a considerable exercise walk to get through arrivals. E passport worked well, baggage claim lacks capacity for big planes amazingly! We chose A10 and Met train from Uxbridge arriving home just after 17.00. Great ...
... a weekend. She was very giggly and chatty - not the usual stereotype for an Embassy employee at all. She was lovely.
Anyway, we dropped them off first and said goodbye, then we got to our hotel. We had booked this first night here as we were arriving so late and James actually lives on the opposite side of the city from the airport and it was far too late to land on them.
The hotel was grim! We only booked this one as our friends Kiki & Per ...
... some pork, spring rolls and samosas and were ready to make our own rolls. We seemed to had lost our skills for wrapping as ours were both useless, although they were edible so we didn't mind! We carried on exploring Orchard road, including the Pavagon mall and of course the Ion Orchard Mall. We decided to send some stuff home that was getting a nuisance to carry, which includes our PADI manual books, my doctor's notes and a few fridge magnets for one mother dearest! ...