Hotel Selesa Johor Bahru
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... business here in Malaysia seems to be on permanent lock down. Their doors are always magnetically locked and require being buzzed in to enter the premise! We had to be buzzed into the hair salon! Its like they think we are going to rob the place... those suspicious blonde haired people... hahah
Sunny wanted to hang out again so he met us at our hotel when our Internet cafe time was up. Just as he arrived, Justin and I were just pouring the ...
Slept in and finished brekkie about 9am and went back to our room and wrote our diaries and re packed our bags, and used the Internet till it ran out. We both agreed we had definitely bought too many clothes. Because of having to cover two seasons warm and cool we had packed too much. My bag was 20.8kg and Val's 23.4. We weighed them when we checked in later that day. She had bought ornaments for the twins and ...
... his late lunch break and watching the Jays game and joining me on the couch for awhile we both decided we weren't going anywhere. I was too exhausted to move and he too sore to make the trip so with that a call to the britt hotline was made and a Subway dinner order was placed. Teehee. Sean soon after returned to finish his work for the day while I planned to research my next destination. After maybe two pages into the guide book I was fast asleep on their couch. ...
... ipod, basket, backpack.. who knows!
Dinner was quite a success (even if I do say so myself) and actually as my cooking skills are so minimal, there was little cooking involved. I decided to make: chicken, fried rice with chicken & shrimp, tuna & cous cous, cucumber salsa, salad, fruit salad and chocolate covered digestives and nuts. It involved a lot of chopping veg (there was plenty of veg involved) and luckily for me, I had Omi, my cousin's helper, on ...
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