Somerset Grand Cairnhill Singapore
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... the Presbyterian Church where we were invited into the church hall by a delightful 88 year old lady, Esther, whose family were originally from China. She gave us coffee and told us about some of the history of the church, before we met some more of her friends, young and old, who were attending Bible classes. Finally we were introduced to the Minister, a very elegant Singaporean gentleman who had studied at St ...
Even here in Singapore, Chinatown is a wonderful place to be for the Mid-Autumn Festival or Mooncake Festival. There are lanterns everywhere, most of which light up at night. Stalls selling special food and drinks for the holiday, with the specialty of course being Mooncakes. Whilst you see stalls selling Mooncakes everywhere every now and then you will see a stall or shop where the line is out the door (some are obviously better then others). On my second day in Singapore ...
... short walk around we headed to the courtyard at the hotel and ordered a world famous ''Singapore Sling'' a cocktail red in colour and very sweet. It was 27 Singapore Dollars, so we shared. After we cooled down we headed back to the hostel to pick up our bags to move on to our next destination of 'Little India''.
We assumed we'd be able to hail a taxi and be on our way, but no taxis would stop! We eventually decided on getting the ...
... Kampong glam! As we are
selected our profiles, we are “a group of backpackers in their 20s from Germany”.
Considering what our selected profile would prefer or what
their characteristics would be allows us to figure out what we would want to
visit in Kampong Glam. So, our first stop is to visit Malay Heritage Centre
where it showcases the culture and the history of the Malay community in
Singapore. In ...
... from Brighton travelling to Canada (I think) to play volleyball, thought that was pretty crazy! By the time I knew it though it was time to board the plane, next stop Finland! About 50 percent of our plane was filled with these young Singaporeans, maybe 16-17, dressed in colored shirts, it was like the wiggles fan club! There is some kind of choral competition in Helsinki this week, there was another huge group in the airport when ...