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... with a 12 year old single malt smoothly telling you just how beautiful you look.
With is manicured gardens and tuniced porters I can understand why it has been revered for so long.
All this walking and gawking had taken its toll though and it was time for some relaxation, what was supposed to be a 40min foot massage though turned into a 2 hour pit stop as the heavens opened and surface flooding began.
... see the main reason why Singapore has become the massive metropolis it is, the shipping yards. The amount of sea shipping containers and liners being loaded/unloaded was amazing and helped put in perspective the work that goes behind keeping such a great city.
The monorail stopped at three stations around the island: Resort Island, Look Out and Beach. We decided to get off at Resort Island and work our way to the Beach. But before we began our exploring Andy wanted ...
... huge grin on her face. Not exactly my finest moment…!
Once we’d retreated back into daylight, I took my youngest niece on another ride which was thankfully not quite as terrifying but I did still scream and she told me off for it, which was fair enough, given the circumstances. She absolutely loved it, considering she’s only four, she’s a serious trooper. I was most impressed. Afterwards, we bumped into a guy carrying a baby dinosaur, she was ...
... Beach. The luge is a contraption pioneered originally in NZ and resembles a bobsleigh, with wheels, which goes downhill on a race track. Sound insane? Pretty much was insane, the first time I went down I thought I might actually die, it was so fast! We had to queue for half an hour for the first time to get on, complete madness! The other two times we managed to skip the queue which was pretty good and ended up having two turns on the gondola. Quite honestly, I found the ...
... dancing in their heads), so I guess they charge what the market will bear.
Ok, so I admit that I did bribe Maddie a little at the beginning of the trek. I promised her an undisclosed amount of Singapore $ for shopping if she didn't complain on the trail. I know she would have been a trooper, just like last time (she has happy memories of the trekking in the Everest region), but I wanted some insurance and Maddie was more than happy to accept the offer. You ...