M Suites Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ginormous models. We saw Kuala Lumpur, Hoi An, Bangkok, Vientiane, Singapore, Angkor Wat; just to name a few. They were all so equally impressing. I felt like I could have spent hours exploring the cities. The KL towers were easily 20ft, Wat Arun from Bangkok was just as colourful as the real thing, Hoi An had the old European feel to it with the boats floating down the river, and Angkor is Angkor! Any recreation of that masterpiece has a special place ...
... cris crossed through Wales and England only knowing when we were in Wales when the road signs had both English and Welsh spelling. From the freeway we were able to see the West Coast of Wales which from the hight where we were it looked beautiful a real picture. This is my last report as I am finishing it in Sydney and I would like you to receive it before I get home, which will be on the 25th October. I had a lovely time in Singapore with Louise and Linda although I got ...
... I said I would have to go soon, and then A said that before I went, I had to know another truth, this one about baptism. She asked if I had been baptised, and I said ‘no’ and she said how baptism is the first step into the Kingdom of Heaven, and that if you haven’t been baptised, you cannot have eternal life, that is, enter heaven.
The whole evening, I had said “sitting-on-the-fence” statements, neither agreeing ...
... The next place i am going to tell you guys about is called I AM Cafe. Nestled in the Arab quarter of Singapore, I AM is a Muslim-owned café helmed by three brothers. They are located just before the entrance of Haji Lane and it is impossible to miss this cafe, especially with the large black-and-white mural of one of the many bridges and canals in bicycle-friendly Amsterdam. Conveniently located along North Bridge Road and just ...
... we made our way to the Masjid Jamae, which is the first out of three mosques to be set up by Tamil Muslims traders/money changers. Upon entering the gateway, we removed our shoes and proceeded to the foyer. Beyond the foyer we entered a square airy room with arched openings, which was decorated with delicately carved fanlights and green tiles. I did not take any photos due to the respect, however I did take a few pictures of the entrance.
Our next destination was ...