Berjaya Waterfront Hotel, Johor Bahru
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... heart right away! I loved looking closely at all the detail put into the streets and city scenes, and it was all made of lego! Every single bit! I saw: grandmas with walking canes and hunched backs, tourists with their camera, street vendors selling kabobs, boats and cars driving about, ice cream trucks, loads of people hanging out in a coffee shop, tipped over luggage at the airport, rafflesia flowers, you name it!!!
We then moved ...
... English/American for David. It turned out Ted knew Rozza! He was best friends with a girl who plays hockey with her, small world :)
As we were eating the heavens opened for about ten minutes. Shen-Ru insisted on giving us his brolly as we had an afternoon of walking around to do. Little did we know how much we would need it. We wandered around Chinatown which was full of low level listed buildings and seemed to go on and on. During our walk ...
Days 99, 100 & 101
Tues 7, Wed 8 & Thursday 9 October 2014
*Singapore is finally back to work today and we can get on some errands done.
*The parking fine needs to be dealt with urgently. AG wrote our appeal over the weekend and submitted it online. Usual response time is 10 days so we need to make direct contact to expedite the process. Laws are applied rigorously in Singapore. (Paul Bradshaw gave us several good ...
... to ground level it was raining very heavily with lightning and thunder - was a huge ass storm! So with the storm going on outside (and in Singapore when it storms you cant really just put up your umbrella and carry on - its not that kinda of rain trust me) I went and found something to eat and ended up giving up on the weather so I went back to the MRT and headed back home - was a early start in the morning with the half day zoo tour booked! Breaky with the ...
... to a rather opulent looking building. One of our alums, and her family manage the property and had donated event space to us. It takes fancy pants to a whole new level.
We needed the big space though-over 150 attendees were at our event. Another great panel of alums, and one current student who was interning in Singapore for the summer. We wrapped up around 9:30 and I decided to walk along the Quay. There were a bunch of ...