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... she had an earlier flight and had left already, that was Kisheea.
We boarded the plane at 9:30 and Lin kept waking me up every time I dozed off during the flight. She was having a good old time pestering me. When we got to Singapore I got some cash and then we hopped a taxi to our hostel and called it a night.... or early early morning. We got up late and slow on Saturday and ran into Kisheea at the hostel's breakfast. We made plans to go and see the movie Crimson Peak. ...
... taken with drink. Next morning when I woke up there was a very nice young woman. Back to the sign language. It was from her I discovered about the smoking between the carriages. She left after 24 hours.
The Russians have got it all sussed they get on the train and immediately change into loose clothing and go to sleep. They only seem to wake up to eat or drink. When awake we swapped biscuits and sweets and smiles. ...
... large temple - turns out it was the Sri Mariamman Temple, the oldest Hindu Temple in Singapore. We didn't go in but the artifacts we could see looked amazing and totally worthy of a picture!
We stayed to see the lanterns all over Chinatown light up in the evening before starting back for the hotel - very beautiful and LOTS of tourists on the streets like us taking pictures!
Oh boy, Oh boy..... now we're looking forward to a good night's sleep.....in a bed!
... a little on and off once the monkey finally settled until about 3 but then was wide awake from 3.30 till 5.30 (when the alarm went off to wake up) with matchsticks in my eyes and brain wrrrring....but today we go to Bali baby so who cares if we are a little knackerooed...maybe mini Monsieur will be so kind as to let me get an hour or two shut eye on the flight from KL to Denpasser. I'm so excited to be going back to Bali - it really had ...
... now. The whole outside was a sheet of white water and the thunder was out in force. After a little while it calmed and it was then time to go and gets some eats! We got a to Holland Road Wet Market and Hawker Stalls.
A hawker stall is a tiny stall selling food or drink. They are set up in hawker centres like a type of food court. Each gets graded for cleanliness by the government and can only stay open if they get a passing grade (A, B, or C, but not D). They are ...