Somerset Liang Court
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... early in the morning till late at night, free and really well used with lots of families visiting and picnicing. The new Gardens by the Bay has a couple of huge domes filled with plants which we didn't visit, but also Supertree Grove, containing giant tree sculptures planted with ferns and orchids which take centre stage for a free light show each evening.
... no good, so they moved the girls into another room. Larissa was not impressed with this, but moved with a little "Larissa Attitude" into the room on the other side of us. This morning I found my towel had a big shredded hole in it, so threw it on the floor to get a new one. When I showered in the afternoon I found the same towel!! Not impressed. Ken rang for some new ones and a lovely lady delivered them. We walked to Clarke Quay for dinner. There are heaps of restaurants ...
... stopped by some students who asked us about three things they had drawn. I think they were testing our knowledge of Chinese culture. We didn't know at first but with a bit of prompting we soon guessed the drawings to indicate chinese chequers, calligraphy and moon cake. I am not sure if we did well or not.... It ended with a group photo of the pupils as us, all a bit odd actually.
We followed a route suggested by Shen-Ru which took us to ...
... 5 bottles, most 100ml each, all for $360 Singapore.
We spent the day wandering along Orchard Rd, going into nearly every mall and walking around. Alanna went into clothes shops, tried on things, ended up buying a nice small shoulder bag, I bought a jumpsuit.
Then we kept walking and got to Bugis Junction again, had dinner at a pizza and pasta place, wandered around the markets across the road before catching 2 buses back.
... But be assured, to walk out from the fridge into the warm humid air is blissful, not the reverse!
*Without the actual carnet you cannot buy car insurance, which then prevents you from obtaining the other necessary paperwork for the car. ...