Somerset Liang Court
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... visited a few years ago. Still, I took loads of photos for my nephew Jacob who appreciates their beauty.
The second (cloud forest) dome was magical, we were greeted by a huge waterfall on entry with loads of plants and flowers growing up the 'mountain' it was cascading from. We walked around taking loads of photos then headed to the top in the lift. The views of the pretty flowers and plants that grow in the clouds were amazing!
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... we were ready we went to check out Cest La Vie, luckily they had a table, it's a good job it's not the weekend. This restaurant was mainly Japanese food, one of Wills favourite at the minute. It had a minimum spend per person so we couldn't be a little right on the money. Oh well, 57 floors up it's going to be pricey. The food was well worth the money it was the best Japanese food we've ever tasting and a good contender of the best restaurant too. ...
... showers and heading to the airport. We had a late checkout which was great as it meant we could shower before putting on our winter clothes in preparation for NZ. Our flight was a little late getting away from Singapore so we hope we don't miss our connecting flight from Christchurch to Nelson. Our trip has been a blast but we are ready to come home ...
... tasks and math models. The students' description of these two sounded the same so conversation with a teacher to follow-up would have been nice. For the second time (once in China and once here), I heard that most of the focus on students was on those who wanted to succeed. Teachers did very little to try and pull students along who didn't wan to do the work. This is difficult for me to believe and again I would like to have more balanced discussions here. I also learned ...
... street because it is cobble stone streets and really cool and trendy shops, restaurants and pubs. My hostel had a rooftop area for social time and relax and the staff were friendly and was 1 km to the train and not far from the bus station. It was also cheap at $20 Singapore Dollars a night. The first day I spent with a French girl and her friend who I knew from Kuala Lumpar and we gotta long really really really well but had trouble communicating due to the ...