Somerset Grand Cairnhill Singapore
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... made a statement about it and being in time! Haha Got to the airport and said goodbye to Mels mum, got through customs with no hassle other than me leaving my deodorant and Mels facial wipes in my bag through the scanners! But was Ok. We went straight into to Singapore Airlines lounge. It's awesome! What love most about the lounges is everyone friendly and food generally OK but they have showers if you want one! Fantastic! We had a champas, ate ...
... peanut sauce), and noodles with chicken, and rice with chicken and an omelette. We’d missed that.
Today was the hottest and sunniest that we’ve had so far. We’d planned on walking to the highest natural point in Singapore, in the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. However, it wasn’t meant to be. We caught a city bus out to the park, only to find that most of it is closed for construction. The summit walk is open, but only on ...
I woke about 8.30 London time and the girls slept for a bit longer. Another round of hot towels before breakfast so we had eggs rather than an Asian breakfast.
I then watched Night at the Museum 2 which was set at the Smithsonian in Washington.
We landed a bit late in Singapore at about 5 pm local time and made ...
Today we set off early to Dempsey Hill. This is an old British Army base and when they pulled out in 1971 the Singaporean Army took it over but they have moved out as well and now it is a trendy cafe and antique area that's popular with expats and ladies-who-lunch.
T and I had arranged to meet a former work contact of mine who now lives in Singapore. We had a pretty good breakfast and chat. Followed by a walk ...
... to let them know who was still alive. They embroidered their names on the quilt as a sign that they were alright.
Another display is a replica of some Christian murals that were painted by one of the prisoners. Faith was all they had left at that point. When the Japanese came to take over Malaysia, life was terrible, there was no food, inflation was ...