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... more accurately, they are simply put in hot water for a very short period of time. After watching Allan crack his eggs into a bowl and then eat them with a spoon like one eats soup was too much for me so I had to sent mine back for some more time in the hot water. Needless to say, I'm not the adventurous eater that Allan is. After the coffee I finally stared to feel back to normal in terms of the whole jet lag thing. We spend the day at the Gardens By ...
... optimistic the sweep-team of roving mechanics could fix this tonight.
So, the rally leader is Gerry Crown - at 82 the oldest driver here.
It's been a long and demanding day. With the big glass bedroom windows thrown open a fresh breeze from the beach below rattles the bedroom curtains. It's a warm balmy evening as we turn in for bed to the rhythmic sound from the pounding waves of the China ...
... and others do not get a cut - smart cookie. We have been lucky enough to get books free via the Vancouver Library site while we have been away but the waiting list was too long for book 2 so we bought it. We already have book 3 so there will be a lot of Harry in the near future. A little sushi for dinner and discussion of where to go after Thailand. Decisions ...
... clean, very friendly but very expensive.
That evening we headed to Gardens by the Bay for food, in an excellent Chinese restaurant with mouth watering duck. Then a light show in the Supertree Grove, Christmas themed, with a snow blizzard first (Foam cannons that sprayed the very excited children with a slight resemblance of snow). The light show was impressive and did feel a little Christmassy, except for eating ice-cream! This was a nice ...
... free space for exercise). The metro station was about 1km from the main entrance but was a pleasant walk through these beautiful gardens. The Orchid Gardens are the highlight of the gardens and we spent a considerable time here as the photos will show. We then moved onto the Bromeliad garden with some fantastic examples. Back to the hotel on the metro as another storm loomed. Spent the last hour before being picked up for the airport at the coffee shop next to ...