Le Grandeur Palm Resort Johor
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OH MAN!! What a exciting fun filled day with a total photo count of over 400 photos on my camera!!
Waking up bright and early, we returned to the same "1,2,Eat" restaurant that we enjoyed breakfast at yesterday, but this time had an iced coffee and waffles. All of these little joys from back home really brighten up our day. Its the simple pleasures in life eh?!
After some hassle with catching a taxi, we were off to Legoland ...
... our Pod and slept until the late afternoon. When we woke I was more able to observe our surroundings. We are in a dorm style room but each bed is in a self contained little rectangular pod with a retractable shade in the front for privacy. The bathrooms are shared but a very clean and modern. We showered and headed out first walking around what seemed to be an Arab part of town. It was beautiful with many restaurants, silk and oriental rug shops. I already tell that this could be ...
... An Ebola scare waiting to happen!! But fortunately Sussex isn't on the hit list of infected places and it wasn't mentioned. Whilst the thought of a Weatherspoons fry up was quite tempting we pushed the boat out and went to the Perfectionists Cafe, a Heston creation, where I enjoyed a slightly more cultured fry up with fried eggs finished in buerre niosette and sherry vinegar. Hazel opted for Eggs Benedict which ...
... time of the day I went it wasn't worth going into the enclosures plus travelling on the cheap I didn't really want to pay $28 to get into them only for a little while. With that in mind I headed right to the Super Trees which I think is the main draw card for the Gardens. They are mind blowing up close, a lot taller then you think they will be. The lightshow was at 7:45 so I scouted a great location up high and setup my tripod thinking I would do the elevated walk in ...
... deciding on sweet potato balls and noodles. It was an experience eating with the locals and was nice to see all families out together.
The city didn't seem to stop so we decided to also have a look around before heading back to the hostel. We stumbled across some locals who were line dancing and a Buddist temple with real Monks praying!
We headed back to have a shower which was the smallest cubicle known to man and headed to bed. ...