Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard Singapore
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... nothing about him until this trip, he was immediately likable and a charismatic and enthralling speaker.
Bands played and the Singaporean flag was raised to the National Anthem. Throughout the whole day and after, all patriotic songs were played in all locations throughout the country. I could practically sing along to them all by the end of my trip! They are catchy!
After the ceremony, the masses lined up to play games for prizes and eat the free snacks ...
... My favourite plant - orchids, were in their thousands - breathtaking displays. We had limited time but took some nice photos. Then went into the waterfall dome which has the highest indoor waterfall in the world. Caught a lift 7 storeys up and then walked back down a miniature mountain via trestle walkways. The whole mountain was planted in orchids and tropical flowering plants - brilliant work. Left at 12 ...
... Jurassic and saw many (non alive) dinosaurs. Then we arrived in a building where a dinosaur had managed to enter. It was very dark inside, we could only see a few red lights. Then we starded to go up and we had to look up as the dinausore was above us. At the last moment we went down the waterfall and I got really really soaked!!! It was then 7:30 pm and we had to leave and take the monorail. But we were confounded to see that there was a 40 minute queu!! By the end our legs were killing ...
... call, oh bother! So we ended up running to the gate! When we got there, we were met by the baggage scanners...! All went ok and we boarded the flight and were on our way!
Take off was delayed by 20 minutes but we were so glad to be on the flight we didn't care!
I used the entire flight to catch up on the blog and listen to music. Paul closed his eyes for a while but is unsure if he got any sleep.
Before I knew it, we had began our ...
Think of a stereotypical tropical dive picture. Now replace the crystal blue waters with a dirty shipping channel, the coral with fine black silt and the fish with weird otherworldly creatures... welcome to muck diving. After the sheer beauty of Raja Ampat, diving in Manado and not seeing fish and coral everywhere took a little getting used to. But every dive showed me a strange underwater animal that I'd never seen before and I ...