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... and conservatories filling the skyline.
We went into the Cloud Forest conservatory which has a huge mountain named Cloud Mountain in the centre with water falls cascading down it. It was an awesome sight and we loved walking around it and enjoying the exotic flowers and the fresh cold air inside which was a nice treat.
After leaving the conservatory we headed into the Supertree Grove to admire these impressive structures which contain photovoltaic ...
Our cruise finished today. We docked at 12pm in Singapore. We took a taxi to our hotel. Unfortunately our room was not ready so Mum sat and read the paper while we went shopping. We walked quite a distance - in search of Pandora charms ! Back to the hotel and a brief rest, while we accessed Internet. Around 5 pm we headed off for the Gardens by the Bay again. This time to see the Cloud Dome and the Chinese Lantern ...
As the Singapore Grand Prix is a night race, with first practice not until 6pm, I had the whole day to fill. I decided to go to the Singapore Zoo. The Zoo's website have public transport directions MRT $2.00 and bus $1.10 (really $2.20 but I forgot in Singapore the $2 denomination is a note not a coin and I wasn't aware the bus driver wouldn't be able to give change so took pity on me when I said I only had $1.10 and large notes). The journey back was ...
... enough bags to carry everything we wanted back. The groceries here are so fresh! I also love looking at where everything is from, chilies from Thailand, garlic from China, bean sprouts from Malaysia. After a full morning of shopping we came back from the apartment to relax for a few a little bit but that afternoon Daniel, Aylin and I went out for Mediterranean food (they're from Israel & Turkey). We went down to Orchard Road which felt ...
... 8221; or “excuse me.” I was a bit shocked, but Daphne
lamented that this is quite normal for Chinese tourists to think they
have the right to do anything and stand or sit anywhere. I hate when
negative stereotypes are true, but this seemed to be a case. I also
continued to observe it in the rest of my trip.
The Crane Dance is only a few years
old. It is carried out on a large platform several metres off the
edge of the island at 9pm ...