Suria City Hotel Johor Bahru
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the parsha over skype with his rabbi. I was going to say hi but I was getting tired and he didn't seem to be getting off the phone anytime soon. I was just proud of myself for staying up until 10:30..
I had to go to ICA- immigration. This was the start of my first lone venture. I had the concierge give me directions on how to use the MRT, but I'm not the best with directions. However I bought my ticket ...
Found China Town, pretty boring and really expensive so get the MRT to shops, Orchid Rd. Orchid Rd is amazzziinnnggggg, what I imagine New York to be like, just full of huge designers shops and beautiful big buildings. Can't afford anything but nice to look at. Next we got to Gardens of the Bay, it's really pretty and nice to look at but random, the pillars ...
... us how many days we were planning on being in Singapore: 0 days; it was 11 hours to be exact, but we didn’t have an hour option.
By the time we’d gone through immigration (Edd won the immigration game, getting through quicker than me again, my woman was away with the fairies, I was yet to win the game during our trip, he always managed to pick the faster queues), collected our bags and gone through to the departure lounge, it was ...
... you Dr. Bourke. At least more people in the airport this time.
I smiled a lot at our stewardess. She might have guessed I was excited. Especially when I clapped when she first offered us a drink. We both had a singapore sling.
Yummo! So much for our bourbans!!
She came past again, I smiled again, without asking she handed me another cocktail.
Made my day.
... bus to KL, about 1.5 hours from Port Dickson, and strolled through China Town and up to the famous twin towers, which were adjacent to the Renaissance. It was absolutely surreal to experience the luxury of a 5-star hotel after living on a boat for 3.5 months! Truth be told we never left the hotel - we lounged around in our bath robes, enjoyed the complementary food and drinks in the 'Member's Club Lounge', took a long, hot bath and read the selection of international papers to catch up ...