Citadines Mount Sophia Singapore
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... founding of Singapora, its pre-British colonial history, time under British rule, capture by the Japanese and conclusive independence. Interactive and genuinely interesting, the gallery gives you the option of following an 'Events' trail to stick to the facts of history, or a 'People' trail which documents personal accounts throughout the various eras. Being able to do the route at your own pace was a huge benefit, and I left with a much sounder ...
... today, took 2 hours to get there. 3 metro changes plus bus, but all very interesting and saw lots of Singapore. The zoo was packed due to the public holiday, but like everything in Singapore it was very organised and everything runs calm and smooth. From there we took the Metro down to the waterfront to watch the laser light show and have a much needed feed. 09/8/2013: Our last breakfast with Hayati. She has been a wonderful host. Off to Bali, woo ...
With great regret I had to say 'goodbye' to my Reiker Sandals that I had bought last year in Yorkshire for the purpose of this trip. They had become extremely uncomfortable; the fabric had worn through on both inner soles which had rubbed up blisters on both feet - nasty. I was so embarrassed about the state of them I couldnt bring myself to dump them in the bin in our room so I took them out with us and dumped them in a litter bin ...
... was free but the pics cost.after that my was thumb was hurting cause the birds were bigger than your ruler . Lastly we went to yummy punjaby for tea that reminded me about the guy named Punjab off the movie Annie.then we went to the airport to catch our flight but it didn't leave till 11:00 so while we we're waiting we were sleeping in till we finally got to Paris .so that meant that our Singapore adventure had finished until 6 months ...
... say it was planned, but I mistakenly booked the same flights out of Manchester as Alex, splitting in Doha, where he would catch a flight to Tanzania. Thanks to the wonderful staff at Doha airport, I managed to say a tearful goodbye and wish him luck on his adventures.
Decided to explore Singapore by districts. We are staying in the Katong district and already there seems so much to find out. The first week was spent ...
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