Hotel Selesa Johor Bahru
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Our first stop was to be the 'Pearl of SE Asia' at Pinang. Our plan was to beat a steady path there with an overnight anchorage at a small island about 50 miles out of Langkawi, then press on and anchor and explore the UNESCO city of Georgetown the following day. We again had very poor winds on this long trip, and ended up motoring the vast majority of the way. Frustrating, not to mention expensive! We got away late from Rebak after dealing with the payment for the parts ...
... was docked. There is a huge shopping center there and we picked up a few supplies before getting back on the ship. I was able to use the free internet from the terminal in our cabin again until the ship left the port. We had dinner in the Lido and skipped the show so we could watch the sail-away. We have really enjoyed every visit we have made to Singapore -- both on this cruise and when we were here before.
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... I walked around finding all my family symbols. Mine was last. I am the Pig-apparently that makes me amiable, sociable, sincere, honourable, determined, optimistic and philanthropic-not a bad animal to have really. Charlotte was a Dragon, Alex was a Tiger and Mum was a Monkey. The display was brilliant. They had goats made out of flowers, they had lanterns everywhere(like the display in chinatown too) and lots of cherry blossoms, orchids and daffodils.
... the money we could have spent shopping and splurged on a cocktail. After all, a cocktail is what enticed me to visit Singapore. We enjoyed our first and only cocktail at the Raffles Hotel. For a whopping $33 you can enjoy an infamous Singapore Sling in the Long Bar and throw your peanut shells on the floor. $33 are you kidding me? We almost didn't go because Kristen refused to buy into the tourist trap. The Raffles Hotel is on every tour buses destination ...
... a rain shower come in and then clear again, while in the background a group of middle aged auzzie men were having there chrimbo doo and slowly getting more and more ****** until they broke in to Christmas carols which in fairness was quite amusing. From there we headed to the Fullerton bay hotel which from the dizzy heights of the sands and bar 33 looked a decent place yet older bar. When we got there we relished we were wrong, there were loads of locals, well when I say ...