Mutiara Johor Bahru Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a swim at the new apartment. Just as we got there it chucked it down with rain, which had very little effect on the temperature, so we swam anyway. We fixed that gnawing hungry feeling you get after swimming with nasi lamak - a banana leaf parcel of rice and chilli with half a hard boiled egg and a piece of delicious deep fried battered chicken on the side - can't let those calories we burned swimming escape us! Then it was home for showers and off to church which was all in mandarin. ...
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As I sit in Changi Airport I am surrounded by butterflies. Even the free internet has butterflies on the homepage. It gives me such confirmation that I am on my right path & transforming on this amazing journey. I feeling of new starts has begun. When travelling over I felt a sense of peace. Normally I am thinking about what I forgot to pack, did I turn off all the lights but there was no anxiety but a knowing that all is ...
... were all exhausted and bizarrely, the sister had a massive allergic reaction to the material in her poncho. At one point, I was seriously considering taking her to hospital, her skin came up in huge hives and her lips swelled up. It was when she said that her throat was closing up and she couldn’t swallow that I was beginning to feel quite alarmed!
In the end, by the time we left the zoo she was feeling much better. Numpties that we were ...
So far I have eaten lots of delicious food ranging from western (yep, of course there's time for McDonalds!) to my favourite ever noodle soups. I have eaten very well in both Malaysia and Singapore thanks to my lovely and generous family who are making me feel like a trip to this part of the world is not far from home ...
... so we couldnīt talk to each other or get any nice views. While we were getting our free drinks one of the security guards noticed that Gonzalo was wearing his flip flops again and kicked him out. The Australian girl accompanied him and a few minutes later Rosa and I joined them as well. The Spanish girl decided to stay in the bar. I was a little bit disappointed. It could have been such a fantastic evening…sitting in the rooftop bar of one of the fanciest hotels in the ...