The Duxton Hotel
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... way there I walked through 3 buildings that has like a ship on top that connects them. it is called Marina Sands and it was cool.
The cloud dome had a waterfall in it and we walked all around the man made high mountain.
It was really fun staying at the Hotel peninsula and all the attractions in Singapore.
there is only one bad thing- that outside it is REALLY HOT!!!
... everywhere. Very clean city. Then a $32 taxi fare to the night safari to be there by 7.30pm, the elephants were impressive, I loved the flamingos. Only the tigers were glassed in. 10.30pm Bus/coach (they are NOT like our buses, again very floaty and quiet) back to Clarke's Quay, (I had a zizzzzzz). Walking to Clarke's Quay a wizened old fellow riding a trishaw (Google it!) crept along side and insisted we get ...
... away the weather. The street carts have gone, replaced by permanent outdoor kitchens, and the street vendors have been replaced by whited coated chefs. In typical Singapore fashion all charm that existed has been stripped away and replaced by a concession that is making someone who is well connected a lot of money.
Late in afternoon after watching on TV the Eagles lose yet another game ...
... you guys must definitely try.
Warong Nasi Pariaman
The dishes at this corner coffeeshop are a nasi padang restaurant. It's been in that location since 1948 and unlike other restaurants, the dishes are served at room temperature and significantly less spicy. This is a family-run restaurant. It started with the grandmother who was originally from Sumatra. There are many kind of dishes that you can find here. For ...
... had given our dorm beds to someone else so we had to pay to upgrade to a private room, luckily Annie had a print out of all the documents so we only paid dorm room price.
The room itself was small but clean, the beds are arranged like a cabin so Annie had to climb up a small ladder to get into her bed and mine was just a small hop.
We headed straight out to a local food market. Each stall only sells one thing, so we looked ...