Santa Grand Hotel Chinatown
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... are 57 floors in total) to the observation deck and took photos of Singapore as far as the eye can see, including the extensive business sector and The Singapore Flyer which is similar to the London Eye. From here we took a boat ride around the man made inland waterway . This ride showed much of Singapore's night life as well as many of the older buildings and ...
... our European friends and family we say "Danke", "Bedankt voor ales", "Merci" and hopefully "Auf Weidersehen", 'Tot Ziens", "Au Revoir". To our Kiwi family and friends, "See you soon, Lord willing." Thank you all for the interest you have taken in our travels.
PS: We are home safely in Christchurch, having experienced a drop in temperature of 25 degrees from Singapore to here.
... of the most amazing big buildings we have seen anywhere so far. Unlike most sky scrapers which can be pretty ugly but at least follow some logic in their construction, the closer you get to this place the more gravity defying and brain scrambling it becomes, huge cantilevers in multiple areas really add the neck craning wow factor. The whole area is amazing especially when night falls and the entire area is illuminated in loads ...
... am not feeling very good about flying, and we are taking a couple of risks. The first one: entering the country without a return ticket. We hear the immigration sometimes asks for an onward ticket. The second: malaria tablets. We enquired about them. They are expensive! In Sumatra the risk is low, in Java it is worse. Hopefully buying them in Indonesia will be cheaper.
Last but not least, we have been treated to some luxury with our accommodation. We spoke to reception about ...
... down to Chinatown for dinner and found a little restaurant that did great satay. It was hilarious ordering because the staff didn't speak much English (they have a sheet you mark the numbers down on) and we had a hoot with the waitress showing Em how to use chopsticks. We're off to the Singapore Zoo tomorrow to have breaky with the orangutans - can't ...