The St. Regis Singapore
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... Halloween thing. We went to a place called Pisco, a Latin food place. I was excited to try the ceviche and the burrito. On top of that I ordered a pina colada. Everything was underwhelming. It was bland, not salted enough and the drink was not sweet or satisfying at all. So skip that place if you find yourself there. The place I had wanted to go to was Slappy Cakes because I could make my own pancakes there but sometimes you don't get to choose. Next time I go to Singapore I will make ...
... Congo. I also met again some of the people I had travelled with earlier.
This was the stretch of the journey where the train was jacked up and new bogies put under the train as the Mongolian and the Chinese rail widths are different. I loved it as we were on board as it was the middle of the night while it was all going on.
The Chinese train from Xi'an to Singapore was lovely and clean and they even gave us ...
... Bali baby! We've had such a lovely time...the hotel itself is truly opulent and beautiful - all marble and chandeliers, love seats and tea. That beautiful colonial style - blue and white China vases, red and gold fabrics - makes me think of my granny's flat and how her and Grandpa's life must have been.....a few hours have passed and I'm reporting back secretly tip tap typing in bed. We were joined by a small person when they came to drop us some ...
... The rooms are the most comfortable and elegant we have ever found in the city and the services and ambiance are exceptional. This time we went to the Regent’s American-style bar for a celebratory drink after arrival and then to their Chinese Restaurant to mark our 20th wedding ...
... Arab Street, and a 20 minute metro ride to Chinatown. Before heading out we'd looked up the laws of the land just to make sure we didn't end up committing a crime and getting a hefty fine, which Singapore is also renowned for (or a good old fashioned caning if you are crazy enough to do any graffiti). We didn't bother chewing gum as the laws aren't clear, we think it's still banned. Jaywalking is illegal so we were good little lemmings and only crossed ...