Hotel Seri Malaysia Johor Bahru
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... but given the commuter traffic and the bus journey taking an hour in normal conditions, I could't risk missing the 0850am departure from JB Sentral train station in Malaysia.
Given the steady flow of traffic and people moving across the Johor causeway between Singapore and Malaysia there are number of ways you can get between the city-state and Johor Bahru. You can get a licensed Malaysian taxi from Queen Street to ...
... AM here so it is 13 hours earlier in my beloved Canada. Next short flight to my Kuching destination is at 11:45 AM... arriving in Kuching at 1:00 PM Friday, January 23. Don't expect Shakespeare on these little blogs.....I am a bit ...
... balls acting as red blood cells. We rolled the balls at each other knocking each other over. The intestines even had a bad stench. As we exited the science center we encountered a true monsoon type rain storm. It was heavy heavy rain. Granted it is still very warm out so the rain is a tad refreshing. We ducked into a mall so we could walk through to the tram. There was a skating rink on the third floor of ...
... not that it's especially impressive to look at, but it's got lots of gadgets in it so of course it's got my attention, haha... Also the fact that it's clean, insect and lizard free and very comfortable is a sweet relief after the last few hotels - totally different type of place of course, but a welcome change all the same :-) After we'd had a dip we got changed and headed down to Marina Bay Sands, which is the massive and quite iconic hotel and ...
... really impressive. We had some lunch at “Satay By The Bay”, some skewers of quite strange meat and weird cubes of rice. We also tried a local dish- carrot cake which despite the name is not a cake and does not contain any carrot. We had white carrot cake which was soaked radishes (we think it may have been lost in translation) basically in an omelette, unimpressed. Becky and I had spotted a fruit bar so got a big bowl of fruit salad with ice cream for us all to share. It ...