Happy Hotel - Spring
Travel Blogs from Singapore
... writer and want to write a mystery/murder drama!
Another trip out was to the art and
science museum (which is the baseball glove/flower shape building)
and were pleasantly surprised with the current dinosaur exhibition.
Although a little pricey, the information was well presented and
interesting and the skeletons were amazing to see. We learnt a lot
and ended up spending more time there than we thought. We also, as
part of a 'cheap' package went to ...
... not have asked for a better ending to our trip. Tomorrow we start our 28 hour journey home (not excited about that detail) which will conclude our big adventure. To be honest I'm excited to be home and see everyone but it is a very bittersweet feeling because I can't believe that all of this is coming to an end. While sitting by the pool today after our last swim, I told Jord that I was really upset that my dream of backpacking around Asia like this was ...
... around the headland to visit the most eastern point in Australia and The Pass which is a well known surfing spot. Later we took to the skies for some hang gliding. Weeeee! I wasn't sure if we'd been a bit hasty in committing to it when we first arrived at the cliff edge but there wasn't much time to dwell on that, because we were soon running right off the edge of the platform perched up there. The flight was really good, despite the ...
... Charlie’s new favourite animal is a Slow Loris
... a trip back out to Little India for some
more great food then made our way to the airport. Changi Airport has got
to be the greatest airport in the world. Such a relaxing and friendly
atmosphere that you actually enjoy being there. I got mesmerized by the
"Kinetic Rain" art installation for almost half an hour and could have
I'm not a huge fan of giant cities but Singapore is the cleanest ...