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TravelPod Member ReviewsRider's Lodge Singapore
yummy and a a lot of nature.
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... it and risk having to pay a hefty payment for the rest of my life if I crashed. ;-) It was red in color and had more trunk space that Lambo. If or when I win the lotto I will buy the Ferrari and maybe have a Lambo for a back-up. ;-) JK
Later in the day I met with my Singapore local friend Miss Hanna and went to the Marina Bay Sands Observation deck (no dress code required), and bar. Keep in mind that most people are dressed well here so it is better to dress nice ...
... by hi-rise apartments & businesses.
We went for a walk after putting our cases in the room, down to Raffles City Mall. Garry bought a pair of trousers at Marks & Spencer already for our cruise.
Hit the hay when we got back, had a txt from Teresa in ...
... apparently there are new rules in place which the Front Desk confirmed to me.
We waited until the Muster signal to head down to our station in the Dining Room and ran into Lew and Marilyn who invited us to sit with them which we did and we swapped stories about what we did today.
After the drill we met another couple from Cruise Critic and we were reminded about drinks at the Pool Bar.
... Peranakan Museum first. The term “Peranakan” refers to the marriage of usually a Chinese man with a non-Muslim Malay; these unions produced a unique culture with its own rules, furniture, preferences in dress, food, and family customs. The museum was interesting, but the guide wasn’t as good at English and it was difficult to understand much of what he tried to communicate. Ah, well.
Next up, the Singapore ...
... eye opening, way of viewing animals you jumped off the tram and could walk along the different trails where you could see some of the animals again. On these trails we found ourselves following one of the keepers on their feeding route. Which started with this magnificent tiger, hyenas and the lions. The predominant male leader of the pack could be heard roaring from across the other side of the park. We even got to see some ...