I was going to call this the last leg, but that will be Heathrow to Home, and even this penultimate leg divides in separate parts however you look at it.
I was early to bed and earlyish to rise. With only five Singaporean dollars to my name this morning, the hotel blow out buffet was never an option. But I had a very good vegetarian selection at a nearby Indian café last night for a princely almost five dollars, and had the sense to ask if they did breakfasts. The answer being in the affirmative, once washed and my bags rearranged for the nth time, I set off.
It was obviously a breakfast venue popular with locals too.
You may not find Dynamic Dining in any of the eating guides to Singapore, but I recommend it for good food and friendly service. There was a slight hiccough with my coffee which was served already sweetened, but my food was great from the word go. It turns out one of the cooks used to work for P&O as a chef. The before and after pictures of my meal tell their own story.
This chap arrived by motorbike just as I was paying.
Then back to the hotel and a quick trip to the eighth floor for some last views of Singapore.
And then collect my bags to go to the airport. It was a quick journey and I had time to explore Changi at leisure.
I thought they were ready for Christmas when I was here at the start of the month, but more has been added.
But the best bit was the fabulous butterfly garden.
The time has passed in a flash, and now we are being told we can board. I’m on my way home.