Hotel Selesa Johor Bahru
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... movies were playing. Once Ryan saw Dumb and Dumber To it was decided. Movie tickets were $7 each a much better price than Canada...but everything else here it much more expensive. We left the mall in search of a dinner restaurant and were welcomed by the warm humid outside air. The air conditioning is almost too extreme and opposite to Canada you have to bundle up inside and strip off outside. ...
... Singaporean people to own a vehicle. The less people whom own a vehicle means less traffic on the roads, less congestion and people utilise public transport. Zac explained why it was more expensive to buy items in Singapore than Malaysia and it simply came down to living costs for Singaporean people. Today we signed up for the River Safari and Night Safari tours. There are 4 zoos. Due to time restraints we decided the Bird park and ...
... the night before he insisted that we watch the Lego movie in preparation – it would be no fun if he was quoting the movie all day and I had no idea what he was talking about! It definitely got us in the mood and we woke the next day pretty excited for the day’s adventures.
All the excitement and preparation payed off – it was awesome! It started off with being greeted ...
... the main landmarks (quickly). We dined in little India, where 15m in Chinaton, saw the Merlion (symbol of Singapore-it's a mermaid and lion), the marina, went into 500 different malls (mostly to use the toilets or eat In amazing food halls) and then went to Sentosa Island. What is this you may ask? It's a mega amusement island just outside the city. Universal studios and other gazillion attractions fill this place ...
... our fingers like the locals did, it was lovely. The storm by now had really started and we were getting soaked walking to our hostel. We originally planned to get the train to Woodlands our next stop but decided to take a taxi instead. Getting a taxi was another challenge, the storms had temporarily shut down the hostels computer and phone so Annie resorted to wearing a poncho and walking up and down the main road in hope one would stop. Luckily the hostel eventually arranged ...