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... right out of our way – signage was non existent once out of the port … and even then, signage in the port was not specific.
We eventually got to the ferry terminal and again had to ask for directions to the train station … “through there and downstairs” she said pointing in the direction of what turned out to be a shop. We then saw a lift (elevator) and thought that would take us downstairs but the guy in the ...
... the smell of every spice known to man and an absolute riot of different coloured buildings, clothes, and shops. A real chaotic mix but a great place to just walk around.
After hanging out there for a while we made a pit stop back to the hotel and then hopped on the bus again to go to Boat Quay which is on the Singapore River and is a trendy place to eat. As something different we ate Italian but we could have had ...
... we would have plenty of provisions in the house to last through the festivities so we wouldn’t end up running out of the essentials (e.g. milk, eggs, cheese, avocados, mushrooms, gin). The Tuesday before CNY started Candace and I embarked on a typical shopping excursion, visiting the bank, the mall, the grocery store, and the wet market to get fresh fruits and vegetables. The only problem was that her car was in the shop for repairs, so we had to take a taxi to a rental ...
... UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">This trip has really made me realise how much we rely on technology as the first thing I do in every destination is look for WIFi. It is very different to when I was last in Singapore nearly 20 years ago. We turned up ill prepared but fortunately Tony picked up some leaflets at the hotel reception and sold us all on the idea of Volcanoland, a volcano that erupts every 20 minutes ...
... which an expansive park with perfectly manicured grounds and water features. There are several giant tree-shaped sculptures called Super Trees on which vines are growing to give the impression of its namesake. They really are incredibly tall. The park is home to a massively volumous conservatory which is home to tons of different species of tropical plants.... from tiny dessert succulents and tall cacti to full-sized palm trees. The Chinese New Year ...