Raffles Town Club
Travel Blogs from Singapore
... to enjoy it and we are glad we did. Cheaper, made
from fresh and friendly staff the strong taste of cherry slipped down
A fantastic, albeit short, (due to
getting up early to make the most of the hotel and see the sun rise
from the pool) sleep was followed by a refreshing dip in the pool
after making the parents jealous and showing them the views on skype
tehe. We eeked out our stay, using the free toiletries and tea and
coffee in our room ...
... over for a quick peek. Right as we were about to leave another light and music show started at the trees. This one was pretty neat as it had the lights change and dance along with the music. We accidentally had the best seats in the house for it... we just happened to be on a small overlook with an unobstructed view of everything. We might be back for this show again tomorrow as well.
On our walk home we passed by an amazing smelling outdoor food ...
Hello from Singapore!!!
We have finally arrived at our final destination of our big adventure and we can't believe how quickly time has flown by! For our last few days here we are staying with family friends that Jord had the pleasure of meeting in Czech Republic. They took him in to their family many years ago and this time they were gracious enough to invite both of us to stay with them which was an absolutely perfect way to end our trip! After ...
... we found some hotspots, which we would like to share with you now.
Our flight to Singapore with Emirates Airlines was one of the best flights we ever had. They are one of the best Airlines in the world. And now we know why: The food was delicious, we were able to drink as much as we wanted (not only talking about alcohol *hehe*) and the entertainment program was really nice! We were able to watch the take off and landing via board camera in real time. ...
We left Singapore in the rain, but today it is dry and warm, but cloudy and humid. The weather patterns during our travels are complex. It is the best time to visit many areas as the temperatures are far cooler than they are in the height of summer, and the expected rainfall is low, but in Indonesia, it is the rainy season, so we can expect rain just about every day. But we are Welsh and more than used to rain, maybe not as ...