Silka Johor Bahru
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... right on the mark. Singapore was basically a fuel stop, it is a 777 plane so bottled up like hundreds and thousands in a jar but a chance to have a quick wander and get the blood moving again, another eight hours to endure before we land in ...
... It was so delicious too! We had some traditional dishes, like chicken and rice, charred noodles, friend prawn noodles, and sugarcane juice (squeezed fresh!). We also went to a Buddhist temple, and then had a Singapore sling at the bar where the original was created. And on our last night, we had a traditional Hong Kong home cooked meal with Diana's family. I still can't get over how good that fish was. It was fun to see her father playing the ...
... So funny, funny or worrying.. that he just ran off and left the car running. Let's go with funny.
I was super tired so got a fairly early night with the intention of packing the next day full of Singapore delights!
I definitely did manage to pack my day yesterday and became an absolute expert at the MRT (train system). Like, seriously ask me anything about what line to take to get where and I'm pretty sure I could tell you. Spent more time ...
... some time watching several fiddler crabs waving in the swamp. We
then moved on to the coastal board walk where there was a very welcome
Looking towards Singapore we were convinced we were going to have a
storm so made our way back to the village. We stopped at one of the water lily
lakes and were lucky enough to see a Kingfisher on a palm branch watching the
water; eventually it dived into ...
... minutes and even mentioned a few basic facts about some of the plants being grown in the gardens. We also had lunch in the gardens and later kept on walking around. Probably the most impressive parts of the gardens were a group of artificial trees called “Supertree Grove” and a statue of “Levitating Baby”.
Bay South is the largest waterfront garden and home of the impressive Supertrees. These 9 to 16-storey-tall vertical gardens collect ...