Hotel Selesa Johor Bahru
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... came to bowl first change. In four balls Morrie became magnificant as he bowled the opener, got smashed for four second ball , tangled up the batsman on this third ball and then bowled him with his fourth ball. All of a sudden the Wallabies were wobbling at 2/35. Sherro replaced Wayne and took his obligatory wicket, bowling the number four. And then Morrie took another wicket. The Wallabies were four down. Sherro shared his years of experience saying ...
... through the terminal and do the reverse of the immigration and baggage thing, then suddenly, we're out in the big wide world wondering how to get to our hotel. No problems. We’ve heard how efficient the taxi system is so we grab a cab.
In no time we’re at our resort hotel and twenty smiling guys are fighting to drag our bags inside for us. We’re tired and just want to get to our room ...
... was nothing but a bonus, a very different place to experience the stereotypical 'first day at work'.
Upon arrival and especially driving to the hotel it became immediately apparent that I was quite literally thousands of miles from home From rural flat Suffolk to the bright lights of Singapore I had arrived!
Driving through through the city at night offered ...
... and gardens dedicated to indigenous plants from neighbouring Asian countries.
Our 13 1/2 hour flight from Singapore to London, apart from not sleeping well, was uneventful.
Heathrow immigration was very efficient for one of the busiest airports in the world.
Tired, dazed and confused, we were gratefully met at the airport by Mike, whom we had not seen since 2008, and whisked away to the borough of Ealing and Bonny and the sleeping ...
... closely at the turtle soup :( The popiah - basically a vegetarian spring roll but not fried - was lovely and I think I actually had this at least once each day I was there.
It's not all food and shopping though. I managed to get a little exercise in with Pete over on Sentosa doing a bit of out-rigger paddling (I was rubbish but Pete kept us moving in spite of my efforts). There was also an hour of yoga to survive including the "dying chicken" pose (aka "happy ...