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... minutes. I had another beer and Jean had a cup of tea.
When the rain stopped we walked back through Chinatown and are now getting ready for a beer and dinner. Life is hard, but you have to keep keeping on.
Orchard Road tomorrow for window shopping and maybe Little India before catching the 1150 pm flight to Frankfurt and Copenhagen.
Pictures will be along soonish.
... program takes a bit of a beating and the production shows in the theatre start again – so we have seen the one that was scheduled and opted for a movie in the cabin and an early night.
Friday 18 Sep 15 – At Sea
Woke a little later at 6:30am – the dawns are getting later the further south we go. Not due until about 6:42am this morning so there is no light hitting the cabin the earlier hours. Up around Japan, ...
... attraction in the park, uses 4D effects such as hot air, water spray, wind, fog and so on to make the ride more realistic.
Based on Ancient Egypt during the 1930s era, the park features pyramids and Pharaoh's tomb, which were part of the discovery in the golden age of Egyptian exploration. The main attractions here would be Revenge of The Mummy, which is depicted in the blockbuster film, The Mummy.
The Lost World zone is ...
vegetables. One order was eight pieces and only $2.80! I picked up a
coconut pancake from Granny's Pancake. The coconut was a flamboyant
orange and it was quite tasty. To drink I had the popular “Michael
Jackson,” or MJ. It is soybean milk mixed with a grass jelly
drink...a mix of black and white. So clever.
Then Daphne's dad was keen on me trying
carrot cake or chai tow kway. This was one of my favourite dishes. It
is daikon ...
... most with happy hour offering cheaper drinks. Heath mentioned that alcohol was expensive. I checked some of the prices tonight and it certainly is. The trick would be to bring over some duty free spirits.
I didn't realize that the Marina Bay Sands was so visible from Clarke Quay. It really stands out and is a fantastic building - will climb it next time we are here.