Treetops Executive Residences Singapore
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... museum?!! Hey ho.
After an ice-cream stop on the bay we decided that we needed to call it a day and rest before our night-time adventure. It took us forever to get the LRT (their underground) back to our hotel so the resting didn’t really happen, but its always nice to fathom out local transport rather than being in a taxi bubble. I got told off for drinking from my bottle of diet coke on the platform- it is all so clean- no drinking or eating on transport or even ...
... Singapore City tour pm. Fantastic. Merlion by harbour, Chinatown, Chinese Tao temple, Orchid gardens and little India. Saturday September 27th. Raffles high tea. Fabulous place. Everything I expected. Bum boat tour on river too. Sunday September 28th. Another lazy day in paradise. Lounging by the pool, swimming, sleeping, reading, eating. Transfer to airport this evening. Thank you so much for having us Singapore, it's been a real pleasure! Next stop, ...
... generous helping of maple syrup for Sunil (without bacon) and me (with bacon...sigh), and an egg thing (can't remember what now) for Ren.
Canberra airport was quiet, and quick, and goodbyes said, we were on our flight to Melbourne. It was grey and stormy over Melbourne - our first day of poor weather - reflective of our moods. There wasn't time for a Movida stop at Melbourne airport unfortunately, ...
... the Orang-utans so I went online to check this out.
To my hearts dismay it almost looked like I wouldn't be able to get in as the website was saying it was full for the day I had in mind. Then I started to check other tour operators to see if they had the space, many said they were full. Then there was another site which I found which looked promising and sure enough they could confirm a spot for me of the half day tour ...
... like that you couldn't buy them as pets. They were for people to eat! Outside we had an ice cream sandwich from a stall. The man pulled out a big block of ice cream and cut it up for us. Daddy and I had mango flavour. I liked the Buddhist Temple. It was very loud in there with people singing and very colourful. Next we went on a boat ride. I didn't sit on a seat, I stood on the ...