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... s instrumental - it's the little things.
Let's back up. --insert backing up truck beeping here---
Day two: Panda Cakes
Note: Panda cakes are super dense bread in the shape of a small cake. So there you go. Pandas are carnivores but don't eat any meat at the base - they're diet consists of 95% bamboo, a couple carrots, panda cakes and an apple a day to keep the doctor away.
The second day of my ...
... best Fish Balls ever I had loads.
We then journeyed back to see the Big Budha and Po Lin Monastery, the Budha was made of Brass and in two halves weighing over 250 tons. It was placed on the hill by helicopter and faces China in appreciation of the donation, normally Budhe faces the direction of his birth place. We had to climb 265 steps to get to the top and the views were 360 degrees. I said a wish for Palace and ...
... for a walk around but the rain was so heavy it was not worth it, so back for afternoon tea and then we ventured down to North point and wander up and down the streets back in time for cocktails. We were watching the news tonight and they have issued a typhoon warning for Monday, might need cocktails all day if it come so I can flight that ...
Our last morning in Singapore, we woke up in time for another buffet breakfast after which we had time for a swim and an hour by the pool before having to check out of our hotel. We caught a taxi to the airport and by about 13:00 we were at the airport, we checked in and had a while to wander round the airport. Singapore airport has to be one of the best airports ...
... a walk around the plane, up to business class and first, feeling immensely jealous of their seats with the extra leg space and the seat that lies all the way down. Wondering back to my seat I made an effort to let the lady in front of my know that I was now awake and that I wanted my space back. (Some purposeful knee ramming eventually did the trick). Now I have a two hour wait for my next flight in an airport which has over 50 gates! Half way ...