Citadines Mount Sophia Singapore
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Somehow on my first visit to Singapore, I managed to miss the zoo entirely. Quite a feat considering it is easily one of the biggest tourist attractions in the city and easily one of the most popular. It turned out that today was the first day of the Singaporean school holidays so you can imagine how packed it was! My nieces were crazy excited to see me, and even more excited when I gave them their presents! I was quite chuffed that they wanted to take ...
... catered to us... ahem... larger Europeans. I also had this awesome icey cold lime drink which nicely cooled me down. Singapore is hot but cools down beautifully in the evening.
We found some great clothes for Dave but I was happy to just wander about and soak up the atmosphere. We then wandered up to Arab Street and Haji Lane. This area is so pretty and very up and coming. I suspect soon, like most places, it will become too expensive for people to have these ...
... it eased then went into another shopping centre and bought a few things. We then went to China Town for a look around and bought some authentic street food. Yum!! Next stop was back to our hotel to drop our shopping off the we went to Little India for dinner and had some of the yummiest Nan and Indian dishes we have had in a while. We then went to Gardens By the Bay for a walk around. It was really beautiful. Then ran back across to Marina Bay to see the light and water show at 8pm. ...
... Curry Mee which was incredible. A little like a Thai soup with noodles and giant prawns. Oh and we had some prawn fritters which were also delicious! Refuelled we decided to head to a different district on the MRT to see the famous Marina Bay Sands Hotel. It was one of the biggest buildings, let alone hotels I'd ever seen and had within it a casino and a huge shopping mall which had a river running through it which you could take a gondola ride on! The shopping mall ...
... dust covers in the hanger it was time to go! Just had to stop off at a FABULOUS party for Terry Allen in his new house on the river to celebrate some 70 years of an adventurous life and he committed to a few more adventures in his great speech. I for one am looking forward to some more long distance motorbike rides with him, on and off road.
Took the midnight horror flight to Melbourne, yes i know it is the opposite direction to Africa, and had ...
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