The Duxton Hotel
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... making eye contact long enough to see her mouth, "May I help you?" I asked her to repeat herself (to be sure I had not misheard) and she said it again. She told me to just take the bus, but I told her I tried that, and the driver wouldn't take my cash. The problem, she said, was the bills, not the cash. She traded a couple bills for coins for me. Then when the next bus pulled up, she told me what to do to get on and what to do when I got ...
... alarm was going off, when I got closer I realised it wasn't an alarm but birds in trees making the loudest sound I have ever heard. See the video!! I have really liked it here. I am almost tempted to learn Mandarin and get me a job out here!! Finally made it to the laser display on the marina and upstairs to the Skypark. I will take pictures in the morning before I leave so you can see the wonder of the infinity pool Too many pictures to upload now, I will do when I get ...
Day 1- We arrived at in the evening, all we did was check in at the hostel and go out for dinner. They have loads of open air food courts where you can get dinner for about £2. we had chicken and rice and decided to avoid the frog porridge. Day 2 - We had breakfast at the hostel, it's very fancy, there is a proper coffee machine. Then we went to China Town, as you'd expect it's where all ...
... to the MRT and after a bit of faffing about trying to get a ticket we got on and was soon at our hotel. Our hotel was a clean and simple room set on a side street beside a load of small street food stalls which are known as hawker markets. We looked up somewhere good to eat that wasn't too far and set off following Google maps to find the Indian restaurant. We approached the restaurant and got directed upstairs and pointed in the direction of the far corner where there ...
... time, we reflect how generous we are to foreigners who come to visit our country.
*Monday evening we have a supper date with Paul Bradshaw who is a friend and colleague from China days. He now lives and works in Singapore with his personal girl gang (4 gorgeous daughters and a lovely wife ). We are treated to a delicious seafood supper in Clarke Quay which includes the famous black pepper crab. Delicious, and many thanks again Paul. It was great to catch up with you.