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Travel Blogs from Johor Bahru
... here we stopped by the harbour front and walked on part of the F1 track. After stopping for an ice cream at the base of the flyer we continued back along the river past the Fullerton Hotel and many other colonial buildings until we made our way back to Clarke Quay and our hotel where we cooled off in the pool. Later In the evening we walked back along the river past the many restaurants ...
... fish/seafood dishes, including chili pepper crab, a local favorite -- one that Del thoroughly enjoyed, through the breaking open, bread-dipping, finger-licking good mess !! Everything was delicious. A good Singapore treat. Then it was back home to clean up from our long day out for the rest of the evening in. We all enjoyed our own Malaysian experience today -- showing 2 very different sides, I would definitely ...
... dinner 4) first time everything is open and people are working 5) first time celebrated Christmas when it was 88 degrees Christmas has been a very relaxing day for us and we attach some pictures to show you what we have been up to today. We love and miss you all and wish you a very happy Christmas and all the best for the new year. Love, Summer, John and Sydney ...
... at hostels, I had to find a hostel. I walked around in a circle which took about an hour, but I found food (pork rib and vegetable soup with Szechuan chillis) and then a hostel minutes later. Something something, I was pretty tired last night and don't remember much. So I woke up this morning to actually book in advance a hostel up in Little India. Fun times, now for breakfast and to ...
... The food was an "International Buffet" - a phrase I still don't fully understand, but it appears to mean poor quality, lukewarm fare that no country or group of countries would be willing to claim as their own. That a number of my fellow eaters seemed to thoroughly enjoy it somehow made it worse. The biggest issue with the cruise really, though, was what we learnt about Singapore: everything. 150 minutes was apparently sufficient to learn the history, culture and key features of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center