Grand BlueWave Hotel Johor Bahru
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... Then we did the Aquazone wave racer and the twister technic. After that, we did the dragon which is the second biggest roller coaster. Amelie really liked it, it was her favorite ride. We then went into the star wars miniland where some scenes of the movie were reproduced with legos. It was really well made! By then it was 12:45 so we rushed to imagination land to see the the 4D Lego racers movie. It was a bit disapointing as the seats ...
... classes with Yamaha. Her music school is still there. The shopping mall barely changed either. We finished off by looking around nex in serangoon. The difference between nex and the other shopping malls is that nex is much newer, around 5 years old. Amelie went to get some cakes from four leaves bakery that she used to eat when she was younger. On the way back Elisa ate some famous amos cookies, Amelie's recommendation. She loved ...
Its been a lonnng day. Got up at 4 am, in very dark and cold Wellington, and arrived in Singapore some 17 hours later via brief stopover in Sydney.
Alex met us at Changi Airport, and we had a quick taxi ride across town, through this amazing road tunnel (5 lanes each way? 5 km long) under the reservoir, past the Marina Bay and around the waterfront, ...
Sleep came easily last night, even with the 7 hour time change. I just stepped out of our air conditioned lounge onto our balcony and got hit with a wall of humidity. I was just reading that Sydney is in the grip of a cold snap. That seems a long way away at the moment! Today we are having lunch with Bec for her birthday. Bec and James collected us and we went to a ...
... been restored but are surrounded by apartment blocks. On the edge of Chinatown we found the City Gallery which tells the story of the planning history and transformation of Singapore. The recently deceased first prime minister of the State, Lee Kuan Yew, was a true visionary. He ruled with a hard fist but united the ethnic groups and had a city designed 50 years ago - with the help of UNO experts - that would ...