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Part I Part II It was fun and exciting except I desperately needed to go the toilet So I asked a girl from a different tour group and luckily she had some. Later, I realised I was really dehydrated and extremely thirsty and once again some nice person in a different tour group gave me their bottle of water.

I was feeling really sick the whole time but managed to put on a happy face and enjoy myself as best I can and even get some great photos of me in and out of the water. I bet if someone were to look at the photos they would have no idea just how sick and weak and dizzy I was feeling The water was so clear and there were so many tiny little fish swimming around and I even saw some sea cucumbers. It was pretty cool.

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Then they took us back to the pontoon for one last snorkel where I did nothing and tried very hard to get rid of that nauseating feeling before getting back on the ferry to go back to the mainland. Luckily that stupid woman was not making a racket this time! Once we got back I was really sad to say goodbye to my 2 new friends but that's life! Hopefully we'll meet again sometime somewhere in the future Then everybody caught a bus back to their hotels I was last to be dropped off.


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The driver even forgot to drop me off and when he did, he didn't even drive me inside and dropped me at the road so I had to walk up that LONG driveway whilst feeling sick and weak I was thankful I had such a nice hotel room to relax and get some rest in I had zero appetite and didn't eat anything that night. Then the next morning I was off again! Back to the airport to go to Singapore I was excited to see Changi airport again because last time I was there it was some hideous hour in the early morning where all the shops were closed so I didn't get to see or do much.

I had a quick look at some of the shops after I landed and then caught a taxi to my hotel. It was taxis all the way I was soooo glad I was in Asia where I could actually afford to take a taxi everywhere. The driver dropped me off at the wrong hotel, but it was all good because my hotel wasn't that far away and I didn't have much baggage on me because I'd left it in my hotel in KL if you have been following my story. It was exactly as advertised and I have no complaints at all. The room was tiny but for 1 person this was not a problem for me.

It was well sealed against sound as I am a really light sleeper and probably my main complaint apart from cleanliness is noise and it had a tv, and kettle, and bathroom. I spent the afternoon sleeping hoping this problem would go away I'd barely eaten anything yet still had no appetite.

That night, one of my lovely friends who lives in Singapore came to visit me and took me out to buy some medicine and just have a walk around. I couldn't walk very fast or very far but I was OK. I had a light snack so that I didn't faint. I was so thankful and happy to have a friend around. It does get rather sad and lonely travelling by yourself. After seeing her I started to feel better and the next day I even had enough energy to walk to the train station and take the train.

However, it started to go downhill rapidly I actually thought I was about to pass out at one stage and just when I made it to a GP in this big shopping mall she told me she was closed for lunch! I was furious but too weak to argue. After walking around the mall forever where there were no maps to be found anywhere and getting really fed up I just decided to leave and took the next taxi out of there and told him to take me to the nearest doctor. Luckily the driver was really helpful and said it would be better to take me to a doctor closer to my hotel so that I could just walk home afterwards otherwise I would need to take 2 taxis which would cost more and take more time.

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He dropped me off in front of this medium-sized commercial building which was mostly full of medical professionals but had a few shops and hairdressers and stuff in it too Seeing the GP was so easy and so great. It's usually really good in most places in Asia. You don't have to wait long I didn't have to wait at all , it's not that expensive, and you don't have to go to a separate pharmacy as they fill all your scripts for you right there!

And they even give you the exact dose so you don't end up with half a box of whatever left over that you paid for and won't need again. He was very understanding and told me basically that I had food poisoning I don't know why I thought I didn't have it He only gave me 2 tablets. I requested more but he said I didn't need it.

Whaddya know? I didn't. It was also raining that whole day and suffice to say I did not do a lot or see a lot in my time in Singapore. I was really disappointed because the first time I went there a few years ago I was also really sick and spent most of the time feeling like death and sleeping in the hotel room Perhaps Singapore and I just aren't meant to be!

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