Mutiara Johor Bahru Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... only here once and we aren't going to universal studios tomorrow because its so expensive. We went up the Singapore Flyer to get a birds eye view of everything. It was about 15 GBP each which isn't too bad. According to the knowledge area before you board the wheel, its bigger than the London eye and most of the other Ferris wheels in the world. The view was AWESOME, Scott had a few of his sketchy moments as he does when he gets high up n the sky - ...
... so I started there, looking over the contacts on the starter solenoid and battery. Even though they looked OK I decided that I may as well clean everything and give us the best chance of getting the thing going. I then gave the lift pump a couple pumps to make sure fuel was getting in there. Then I actioned the emergency shut-down solenoid and the normal stop solenoid in case they were stuck and tried again. The engine laboured but eventually started. Unfortunately, during the ...
... and a kimono to relax in. And did we ever need the relaxing. The most we could take sight-seeing was 5 hours per day. We walked a lot, because that’s how you can feel the pulse of a city. Our own pulse after 5 hours was on low, because the 95 % humidity did us
in. The 88 F was no problem, but the high humidity made us almost faint even
though we drowned ourselves with drinking water. Jim joined me ...
... We continued up to the pool on level 57, grabbed our towels and found 2 chairs right by the water side. We headed into the pool, carefully taking cameras and phones above water level, the water was cool but you got used to it!! Being on the edge of this pool has a fantastic view of the city, we took photos, did lots of selfies and as we didn't have much time before checkout time, we sat by the pool to dry, admiring the view for a while, then put on our ...
... and Tiger beer. We also ordered some satay to take back for Kathy and Dorothy. Only a couple of hour's time difference for Stevie but Kenji still on a U.K. body clock - we talked, drank and helped to finish off the satay. Dorothy had last met my sons thirty years ago, so they've changed quite a bit! She also has a son who now lives in Tokyo so she had a good understanding of what daily life is like for Stevie.
We'd just missed the first few days ...