Mutiara Johor Bahru Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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Finally we arrive arrive after a long flight and ready to get to our hotel. Meet the shuttle and arrive at the hotel book to one room as the other is not ready, it is 9am so one room is good enough. Flying Singapore airlines gives us free hop on hop off bus,universal entry,and a heap of other stuff. We hop on the bus and do the loop Sarah has had enough and 28 hours without sleep sends her back to the hotel. Mary and I continue ...
... customs with no issues. Our driver was waiting for us and we seemed to take no time to get to the Fullerton Hotel. The hotel is magnificent and our room has a large outside terrace area that looks over the Marina Bay Sands hotel. We had a quick bite to eat in our room. Tomorrow we are having lunch with Bec for her birthday which will be fun. Just a short blog for ...
... everything from tea sets and chopsticks to decorative scarves and treats. Our exploration of the area ended up at the main building, a Buddhist temple five stories tall with tens of thousands of Buddhist statues. We entered through the back, so a short time into our wandering through the temple a man scared me mid-picture to let me know that I had to put on a sarong to cover my legs and shawl for my shoulders. I found some available from the temple to borrow for our ...
... up the boat which we like to do when we have water available, so we reached our first anchorage just after dark. The anchorage itself was on the back side of a small island just offshore of a coral reef in an area known for strong currents. There was scant information on this place as it is not on the usual trail, most yachts making the trip to Pinang in one 'hop'. As we pulled in behind the island I began the process of starting the port engine as we prefer to motor on one to save ...
... and we quickly found ourselves well outside of the touristy part of town. In fact after about 15 minutes of walking around we began to realize that Jim really didn’t know where he was going which added to the adventure as we continued to search for a busy street filled with various restaurants and food stalls. Jim assured us it was impossible to miss and had to still be close so we continued the search. Sure enough after nearly making it back to the street with all of ...