Straits View Hotel
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... the store I was comfortable walking back to the hotel. In the elevator the bellman was telling me that here no one will ever touch you in Singapore. The decision was fun but hasn't helped with my jetlag. I'll get over it eventually.
This morning I got up and had breakfast in the lounge. My coffee, business times, and view starts the day off right. Even though I woke up at 730. I knew that I had to start moving after breakfast or I would fall ...
... the park. It rains and rains so we have to settle for an inside roller coaster ride and boat ride.look all over head to restaurant have tea another 15000 steps and now it's time to go.
We leave for Australia with legs like Cadell Evans,the brains of a European historian,the guts of Humphrey Bear and the liver of Deryn Hinch. Did we have a great holiday ? You f£€¥%#en bet we did the best ever. Thanks see you all soon.
... to Orchard Road.
Orchard Road is well known for its multitude of shopping malls. We wandered down the street hopping in one and then another mall. With more than 23 of them, there was no way we could hit them all, but we tried a couple in search of tennis shoes for Fred to work out on our vacation (I sure don't have that plan!). I had read in a travel guide that one of them had a skate park within it, so I set us out on a mission to find it. When we got there ...
... of the Gyeongbu line (Seoul-Busan) KTX (Korea Train Express) trains as well as Saemaul, Mugunghwa and Nooriro (eco-friendly electric train) trains. It is also connected to Incheon International Airport by AREX (Airport Express). This station serves as a transportation hub connected to the KTX bullet service, the Gyeongui Line, and Seoul Metro Subway Lines Number 1 and ...
... scooter and head off to Georgetown. At the time of our arrival, there was a very strong current running against us as we moved up the river. We say one boat anchored where we intended to stop (A Canadian boat actually with a big flag flying 'S/V Savannah' from Toronto) and we motored past and attempted to drop the hook. Unfortunately, after three attempts we could not get the anchor to hold in the strong currents. With a boat weighing over 20 tons in a 2.5 knot current it was not ...