The Puteri Pacific Hotel Johor Bahru
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... to look like the whole hotel is made from lego, right down to the little wavy flags that they have on top of the hotel towers. Its was so detailed and impeccable!
The first attraction we saw was Miniland. This is a series of Asia's most iconic cities made entirely out of lego. It made the experience ever more fun and heart felt that we had been to so many of these cities throughout our trip and had an understanding and a feeling ...
... along the way Ryan's eyes straying to the sunglasses and watches. We arrived at the Marina where the tallest skyscrapers of the business district stared down at us. We opted for a open air street food market for dinner. It was alright, I guess we will have to search a little more for the culinary supremacy that Singapore boasts. After dinner we headed home. I had no trouble falling asleep, the problem was staying asleep with Ryan continually elbowing me in the back to stop ...
... turbine installations around the world; on this occasion on a small island somewhere near Perth. He was a nice bloke who ordered his Johnny Walkers in pairs and swore a lot. 12 hours on a plane is really boring. Singapore Airways is really good and their entertainment system first rate but I was still counting the minutes to getting in. 22 Jump Street, a Kevin Costner thing and Blackadder passed a few hours. ...
... afternoon so I messaged my friend Amy to see if she was free for lunch. So a little while later I headed to the MRT Station one stop from Chinatown where Amy worked and we had Korean for lunch which was really nice - many office workers around that area having lunch. After leaving Amy behind to go back to work I spotted a Temple nearby so I went to have a look. Turns out it was a Temple I'd been to before the first time I was in Singapore, quite uncanny to have ...
... some local food. Grace recommended I walk around the block to Lau Pa Sat and she suggested a food stall inside that she liked best. I did a quick lap around the "festival market" before going to the place she recommended. They had a set lunch for $8 Singapore dollars. It was good...not great. Nowhere near as spicy as Grace had described it to be. It was also a bowl of hot food and I was sitting outside in what was essentially 100 degrees and, ...