Telunas Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
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Travel Blogs from Sugi Island
... We stopped there every morning before adventuring in the city! Day one we visited that boat building and shopping all day. Granted, we didn't buy anything, but looking in all the high end stores is so much fun! The Louis Viton store had its own island. Seriously. And walking around the Gardens by the Bay was beautiful. Day two we made a point of hiking Macritchie Reservoir because it was exercise, sure, but more because there were monkeys-and Dan loves monkeys. It was a beautiful ...
... surrounded by a body of water. (We are crammed into a two person room with single beds only, a trundle and a couch!) It even has a shuttle bus that takes you from stop to stop. Walking apparently is not something people do, as every time we head off somewhere on foot, we are met with stares of astonishment. At least we think this is why we are being stared at. We are slightly ...
My leave was supposed to start tomorrow but I realized I still had lots to do like leave my house keys n access pass to my mom in case of emergencies, get Umairah's Ventolin in case she gets one of her attacks like what happened 2 years ago in England (thank goodness for insurance which paid for the S$200 medical bill!) and then last night after turning the whole house inside out ...
Little India, what amazing sights, smells, tastes and noise. We had a day walking around and discovering the area. Serangoon Road was full of restaurants, money changers, textile shops and Indian gold shops (very different from the gold shops on the Ponte Vecchio!) We came upon a small mosque and went in. Prayer time was just finishing so we took off our shoes, I had to put on a robe and we went inside. They were ...
... variety of food stalls, it looked like all Asian cuisine was embraced. We decided for a takeaway as we were getting glared at like we didn't belong, on our way back we passed a red light district, a line of prozzies were getting their pep talk from the pimp, classy. We then realised our hotel backed onto this street, I hope we get a discount. We read up later that prostitution has been made legal in some areas of Singapore to reduce human trafficking, ...