Hotel Selesa Johor Bahru
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... Singapore was clearly evident when you walked through this lush jungle and imagined that all of Singapore was once like that; I was back to my theory that there was no hope for humanity, what ever we touch we ruin.
We got back to our hotel room having figured out that we only needed to take 1 bus back instead of change to the MRT half way through and relaxed for a few hours before getting ready and heading down to the lobby to meet ...
Had breakie in a rather chaotic hotel and then headed for the Lego Theme park, they also have a Water Park which we will expilore tomorrow. What a day, rides galore, we all had great fun as you can see from the pics. What can be more satisfying than a bit of retail therapy after a tough day in the Lego Land Theme ...
... in the hostel. Being the bottom bunk, I went rushing out to see if there was a problem. The few ladies hovering in the hall claimed it was a situation with the shower that set off the alarm and that management was coming to investigate and fix it. Though I was a bit hesitant, I was too tired to really counter the situation, so headed back to bed and was out before my head hit the pillow. Since I am here typing this morning, I guess it really was a false alarm.
... to look at the history particularly around WW2. Couldn't stay long as they had to prepare for a function to honour the Modern Father of Singapore Mr Lee Kuan Yew who passed away this week aged 91. Then more history with a visit to the Raffles Hotel, dinner and then an early ...
... pollution conscious.
We travelled as far as we could go on the highway going through several tolls, and at the last one we said we were looking for this particular station. The toll attendant said "not going to Singapore?" We said "No, we want to buy some Euro 5 diesel from a BHpetrolium dealer".
"Wait a minute" the attendant says.
Next thing 2 police bikes, lights flashing ...