Berjaya Waterfront Hotel, Johor Bahru
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... same as the States - but for the rest of Southeast Asia, this is one of the few places that these shops even exist, so they will pay the prices, especially for American and European brands. It made us feel at home, the same material things we could not afford at home, we still could not afford here. The only thing we bought was a handmade ice cream sandwich from a street vendor - basically a rectangle brick of ice cream that he sandwiched between two wafers - it was ...
... They explained on the duck tour that it's surrounded by five buildings and that statue/fountain is supposed to represent the palm and to Chinese people water is money so it means prosperity. Just as Bubbe used to say that if your palm is itchy money is coming your way. After the tour I got back on the double decker bus to head back to the hotel. Two girls got on in front of me and went upstairs. Half of the top is covered and half is open. It was ...
... dropped off at departures and our driver went and fetched us a trolley; Edd and Cip packed it with all of our bags and we set off on a wander around the airport.
It turned out the shops were horrendous and there was literally no where to sit; I’d taken up residence on top of the bags on the trolley, shortly after our wandering began; poor Edd was pushing me and our bags around the airport and was getting tired. He then found a carpeted spot by ...
... that section of town and our feet were quite sore by this point, so we went back to a cute little coffee shop that Fred noticed in our mall wanderings on Orchard Road to rest and grab a drink.
After our rest, we caught the metro to a stop about an hour out to get us to the Night Safari. At that stop, there was no sign to direct us where to go but the information desk got us on the right bus 927. I'm not sure the driver spoke English very well because when I asked ...
... very interesting. We toured the old Dutch fortress, local fish processing facilities (mostly squid) and a boatbuilding enterprise that still makes very large fishing boats all by hand. It was amazing to watch the craftsmen measuring, cutting, shaping and joining the many parts of the boat by traditional methods, all under the watchful eye of the master builder. It was definitely a page out of history right in front of our eyes.
After the tour we were provided with an amazing ...