Hotel 81 - Sakura
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... the floor and the overhead fans were intriguing, they were like mechanised hand fans.
We had lunch at the bakery at Raffles then returned to our new room, to our delight the suite was larger with an even more luxurious bed and more importantly, hot water. Once organised we had dinner at one of Raffles restaurants, during which there was an amazing monsoonal downpour, the likes of which we have never seen.
We retired to bed fairly early, keen to catch up on some ...
... water. Jim joined me in sweating rivers, which is
This is my 5 cents input
Today we are staying at
the Crowne Plaza at the airport, complement of the cruise line, who will pick
us up tomorrow am for the pier to check in. Since the cruise ship Wi-Fi hasn’t
the best connection plus charges sky high by the minute, we will get in touch
with you when we arrive in Bangkok on Friday, March 27 ...
... because of the smell they give off. Selling of chewing gum is prohibited. You can chew it but you are not allowed to sell it. If you bring some back from another country, you can only bring a limited amount. To buy a car in Singapore, you need a license to buy a car. Only a certain amount are issued a year. The cost changes depending on a bid. Anonymous bidding occurs. They take the top 1000 bids and the cost will be the bottom of the 1000 ...
... to let them know who was still alive. They embroidered their names on the quilt as a sign that they were alright.
Another display is a replica of some Christian murals that were painted by one of the prisoners. Faith was all they had left at that point. When the Japanese came to take over Malaysia, life was terrible, there was no food, inflation was ...
And so it begins...
Apologies if this post makes no sense but after being up for around 30 hours with virtually no sleep, our brains are melting. It is also quite hot (although nice exciting rainforest and you can here the bugs chirping kind of hot).
So we sailed through check in and security, ate some Percy Pigs (tell Emily) and boarded our plane with only a half hour delay. The flight was pretty good - dinner was yum most importantly (although breakfast ...