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School holidays have begun since last Friday. My girl and I went to Singapore last Friday... first time both of us went alone by bus at 9.30pm.... we didn't know what to expect... and the journey finally ended in Golden Mile.... it was 5.30am when we reached there. Both of us were like standing there waiting for the time to reach 6am because by then, the taxi fares were cheaper.

But after standing 10 minutes, feeling so tired and sleepy, I beh tahan already, we stopped a cab, it was a new mercedes, lantak la... we just got into it. The uncle taxi told us that our hotel was quite nearby only, not too expensive, less than $10sg. Okay la... not too bad.. at least the cabs there don't cut throat!

Upon reaching the hotel lobby, I prayerfully hope that the receptionist allowed us to check in, it was only 6am then... I told her that my girl and I were very sleepy and tired and ... and.. we really needed the room then. So nice of her, she pitied both of us.. hahaha... and gave us the room key after checking in.

Thumbs Up to Royal Hotel, Singapore!

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