Grand BlueWave Hotel Johor Bahru
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... the border! There may have been thousands! The taxi driver told us that it was partly due to the fee for crossing the border-$20 SGD for a car, only $4 SGD for a bike. Fair enough but I wouldn't want to be stuck in that traffic! Off to Borneo tomorrow! Thank you Singapore for an amazing time! It's been a bit of a culture shock, but definitely a wonderful experience ...
... was their best man. Today we are looking forward to quiet time ..pool..massage...eat..pool ...repeat. We will go into Phuket to shop at some stage. We are noticing the bird life here ....so different to Singapore. As I email their is heavy rain so will head to balcony as we are on second floor it is like being in rain forest. Lv Norm ...
... than off, or it felt like it anyway.
I was up fairly early because of course, I somehow had managed to get jet lag from a two hour time difference, which was frankly annoying. I think it's because I've been so used to getting up at 6:30am to start work early that my body still did that, it just happened that 6:30am was actually 4:30am in Singapore time. I stayed at a lovely little hostel which did a great free breakfast of fruit and toast setting ...
... smaller. Singapore happens to be in the top 5 costliest places to live on our planet. Nevertheless since the company salary- allowance covers this expense, I’m kool. I really like the place and the pool.
I also love my weekends of exploring and chilling out. I’ve got to know quite a few people at work too. ...
We took the shuttle bus and went directly to S.E.A. Aquarium which is supposed to be the largest aquarium in the world. Since 2013 the aquarium has been holding two Guinness World Records:
- The world´s largest aquarium in terms of the volume of water (contains a total of 45,000,000 liters of water)
- The world´s largest window to the ocean (36-meter wide and 8,3-meter tall)