Hotel Selesa Johor Bahru
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... to Changi Village Bus Terminal then walked to the Ferry Terminal where we caught a Bumboat to Pulau Ubin; there is no timetable the boats leave as soon as there are 12 people!
The island has a small ramshackled village (Kampong) made up of a number of huts renting bikes and a few eateries. We decided not to rent bikes but to walk instead; the idea being we
would see more. We headed to the right of the island to ...
When you run into jeopardy on your first independent international trip...
“Singapore is a very, very safe country to travel in”, something that you hear every Singaporean say to a foreigner. They say they are pampered in every possible way. But, never did I know that this pampering, in just under a month, will have an effect on me to an extent that I will adopt the same notion for every country around Singapore too.
8th January 2014. Two ...
We arrived in Sinapore at 4 am, but our flight to Colombo wasn't until 3 pm. Singapore is in theory, probably the best airport in the world to spend that amount of time. However, because we had booked the flights on the cheap, we would have to get our bags, go through immigration and wait until check-in for our second flight opened at midday. This meant that we would have access to none of the lovely transit facilities that Singapore airport offers. What ...
Museum, lunch, tea and cake at hotel, fly to KL The city that promises so much, other wise known as KL; it is very much a city of have and have nots. We arrive late at night to a buzz of lights and chaos at the KL Low Cost Carrier Terminal and from the description you can imagine what we are arriving into! Short of livestock this was a bit of a cattle market a criss cross of people all with a purpose of disrupting your path and grab your attention for one reason or another. ...
had an amazing first day in singapore! felt great to be wearing my skirt again (and not tshirts and trousers as every day in sri lanka) strolling around the city listening to music without everyone looking and trying to talk to you. walked by little india where i had lunch at a local restaurant where everyone was super nice to me, being the only foreigner. visited bugis street and a big market full of clothes and food, a bit like camden market. bought a pair ...
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