Somerset Grand Cairnhill Singapore
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... morning walking a couple of kms from one side to the other, and looking round the world's largest collection of orchids which can be seen planted out in the gardens, rather than hidden in hothouses. There is also an area of rainforest which is part of the original vegetation that covered Singapore.
These parks are ...
... it and said to see how it went. Time to check out the pool. Ken bought some drinks from a 711 and we sat around the jacuzzi and relaxed. There is no bar service at the pool. It is on the roof top and quite lovely, with gardens separating the seating areas. There is an infinity pool, facing the garden area so you can see into the pool, which is a beautiful blue. We got into trouble for having glass by the pool, apart from that all good. Back in our rooms, the air ...
... English/American for David. It turned out Ted knew Rozza! He was best friends with a girl who plays hockey with her, small world :)
As we were eating the heavens opened for about ten minutes. Shen-Ru insisted on giving us his brolly as we had an afternoon of walking around to do. Little did we know how much we would need it. We wandered around Chinatown which was full of low level listed buildings and seemed to go on and on. During our walk ...
... big splurge of the trip.
Except of course we found so many different shops selling the same perfumes, some at a better price. Not all of them had the ones we wanted in stock, so we went back and forward a few times trying to get a good price and all our perfumes from one store.
Finally success! Got most of them (I think I changed one of mine as the one I originally wanted wasn't available), even got Mike a nice bottle ...
... 17px; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">AG disappears for nearly 4 hours. SG is left to freeze in the immigration office. Singapore has a reputation for ferocious air conditioning. A fleece and a cardigan are required just to survive. How ridiculous to be wearing a fleece in Singapore. What a waste of energy, money, the world's precious resources. The staff also wear extra clothing and when asked why the temperature is so cold, just reply it's the system and in any case humidity ...