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Well, after spending the past several months in Saigon, Singapore was a refreshing drink of civilization, etiquette, manners and rules. The taxi drivers visited with us like friends and actually went out of their way to help us find things. 2 walked with me to find certain businesses instead of just dropping us off. I was almost shocked when we …
... as we were lining up but with a few people in front of us, he swapped with Bumblebee.
We moved on to Ancient Egypt. It was quite good this one with all the Egyptian sculptures around. The best ride we did all day was Revenge of the Mummy. It was a rollercoaster that was dark and no way did we know where we were going but all we could feel was being thrown around and twisted. Before we knew it, the ride was over! We went to Treasure Hunters ...
We woke quite early considering we hadn't had much sleep in the last few days. We had a good breakfast and decided to head out to find a tour bus. we did a bit of a tour on a bus round the business district driving past bop parabais of course. The city is amazing. They have a very good mix of green space and skyscrapers. We decided to do a boat trip round the marina Bay Area. It was really nice, (apart from my sunnies being dropped in to the river by a ...
... that is wrong price, we dont sell that model for less than $350. Benny produced the business card and the guy just shook his head and said there had been a mistake. Before he could talk us into anything else, we walked out.
We went back to another merchant (probably the only one that had actually been nice to us) and he offered us a price of $320 SGD including taxes plus a case and 8GB memory card.
We were pretty determined to find ...
... instalment - The Night Safari! We were in serious need of refuelling, and had half an hour before it opened, so we sat and ate burgers and chips and pasta (very Asia) and rested our weary feet - IN OUR NEW FURRY TIGER SLIPPERS!
The main part of the night safari is a tram ride through animal enclosures, a sort of nocturnal version of Longleat I suppose. But obviously as the Night Safari opens just after the zoo closes, the queue for the tram ...
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