Le Grandeur Palm Resort Johor
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... China. We wish you a very good time with your families !
We had a very relaxing time in Johor - Malaysia the last week with Lien and Caroline and herewith there best wishes too for all of you . (click on the link and the button 'continue' ...)
Kung Hei Fat Choy van Caroline en Lien
En voor allen thuis in Vlaanderen ... tot gauw ergens een keer !
Day 1062 Back on the bus. After breakfast of course. We ate cheese Thosai, Rotis and a Poori at our favourite spot that we visited for the fourth time. All of these are a variation on baked breads with dip. The bus trip from downtown to Melaka Sentral was longer than expected as the city bus took us on a tour of seemingly every are of the city before hitting the bus depot. From there for the three hour drive south we had an even better ...
Friday 12th December (Day 2) Off the plane and into Singapore, jumped on a train/ tube cost all of £2.50 return, had a walk round in this clean and quiet city no real noise not even that busy all new buildings with top end designer shops (dripping with money.) We headed over to the Maria Bay sands level 57 bar, note to self here you can also visit the skypark which has a viewing gallery which may or may not serve food which cost 23$SD each to go to, on the other hand you can go to ...
... floors. Although people say that it isn't the same blood and it's put there for effect - it doesn't make the experience any less horrific. This place was a school - turned prison when the genocide ruling came into effect. People were in-prisoned here, tortured and evidently murdered. The torture tools were disturbing, one was a shovel! I was so engrossed in the whole museum that I didn't notice a shackle on the floor in one of ...
I arrived in Singapore on a rainy Saturday afternoon and checked into my hostel with the best intentions of going out to explore. However, the cloud and rain outside the window were not too inspiring, so I am ashamed to say that the only time ventured out of the hostel that day was to go just across the road for some dinner.
I more than made up for it over the next few days though. At breakfast, I met Remy and joined him on an adventure to Palau Ubin ...