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You would have thought from the travelling I've done over the last 18 months, I would be an old hand at checking to see if I've had any flight delays before I arrived at the airport. But no, I prefer to think that I have the upmost optimism in my upcoming experience with airlines. To be fair, this delay wasn't an airlines fault but rather the volcanic explosion (really just puffing ash) of the Sangeang Api volcano in one of Indonesia's islands. Our plane was delayed ...
... Long Bar, where they were invented. But since then Raffles has been altered and the old bar is no longer there. There is a replacement which is now upstairs but we decide not to go but just preserve the happy memory of the first occasion.
Instead, to create a fresh memory of Raffles we go for dinner. It is very grand and the food is lovely. I have Sea Urchin which I think was a first for me. Lovely if you like a really strong but pleasant fishy ...
... they like to pinch tradable goods. This doesn’t quite explain what happened to one lady, who was apparently stripped stark naked by an enthusiastic male ape. Emma, wishing to avoid this fate, kept a safe distance. That was until we were sauntering back from a walk round the path network and found ourselves taking shelter in an awning while several boisterous males bounced around on the roof. Having been told that a fully grown male possesses enough strength ...
... interesting experience.
We hopped into a cab and went to Maxwell Road Food Centre, which is a hawker centre in Chinatown. A hawker centre is a building that has rows and rows of local food stalls and is quite popular with the locals and tourists. After walking around and seeing all the stalls, Jason and I both got large meals for $4.50! When we finished eating lunch, we walked into the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. This temple is extremely ornate and has ...
... dormitory), free coffee all day, free wi fi (good wi
fi, can stream movies), breakfast not bad, toast and Nutella.
Sites: Aquarium 30$, Zoo 40$, Gardens
by the Bay 25$, Go to the roof of Marina Sands Hotel 23$
we went at night, good spot to
take photos, if you go up to the bar at the top and have a drink you don’t have
to pay (the drink is about 23$)
Combinations of various
activities can be bought for ...