Somerset Liang Court
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... I talk about Singapore I talk about a curry ball, Popeye's, a bad Latin restaurant and Indian food at the airport. :(
So we ate our chicken and then headed to watch the movie. It is an interesting movie. It has some cheap scares, a silly plot but amazing visuals. It is not something I would recommend to everyone but if you are interested because of the director, because you like horror movies or you love stupid stories then go ahead and see it.
When the movie was ...
... get a Visa for China and get her cast removed so she could carry on cycling. I really hope all goes well for her. I am really angry with myself as I have lost the blog address she gave me and I will never know what happened.
From Ulaanbaatar to China was the dirtiest train I have ever been on everything you touched you stuck to and the men who was supposed to look after us did sod all, lazy things. The others were in ...
After breakfast we caught both trains and a bus to Changi Museum. The Changi Prison was demolished in 2005 for a new female prison. Although the did leave the front gate standing. The tour guide at the museum was excellent. We learnt about the Japanese invasion of Singapore in WW2 and the condition the prisoners lived under. Next ...
... the table for lazy afternoons. They would sit outside in the morning chatting, painting and drinking tea (I imagine herbal). They had made great friends and came back to the same homestay and the same rooms every year which I thought was just beautiful - I don't think they even necessarily spoke in between their meetings in Ubud - they'd just meet up in the same place each year and pick up where they left off...what a lovely symbol of ...
... shared the kitchen and living space with an Aussie and Kiwi couple who had recently moved to Singapore for work. It was actually a similar cost per night as 2 beds in a 6 bed dorm. We were in a perfect location to do as much, or as little, as we wanted. Walking distance to an area called Tiong Baruh, an apparently up and coming super trendy place filling up with new speciality cafes and boutique shops; a 20 minute bus ride to the places of interest Haji ...