Suria City Hotel Johor Bahru
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So today I went to a whole bunch of heritage sites in the central town area in Singapore because my school, which is Republic Polytechnic by the way, organized a field trip for me and my class to visit Kampong Glam and to experience the heritage sites that surround the area. So I had a little team composed of some of my classmates, they are lovely by the way, who helped my to get around the the Kampong Glam area since they are obviously ...
... palm trees, friendly people - everything we had hoped for. Dad dragged the jetlagged and hungry family by foot down to the East Coast beach, an hour later Mum hailed a taxi and we had our first hawker's market meal - after a swim in the hotel ...
... dash home to get them and bring them out to the airport. (Richard was lucky as he got to watch the Tour de France while we waited on a huge TV screen at the airport.) Next surprise (not the minor inconvenience that the Qantas club closed at 12 midnight when we arrived ..darn) was a text from Benj with a photo of a crashed car. Who'd have thought a kangaroo would jump out in front of them at 1am in Brisbane! Thankfully both were safe; that's Benj and Kate. Not sure ...
... I knew it would be expensive maybe not THAT expensive, I paid $31 ($27 canadian) but it was delicious and had to be had!
I walked all around Marina Bay and was really surprised with all the beautiful and creative architecture Singapore has. It is a small country, small place but the technology and the innovative ideas is mind blowing. Walking along the Marina, you will find these trees that are solar ...
Sunday 26th - Monday 27th January We had planned to visit the local pool whilst in Melaka but Matt refused to hire the trunks needed to swim, so instead we headed south to Johor Bhuru, our final Malaysian stop. A stop that I won't regret but I do wish we hadn't bothered. We had secured accommodation in the outskirts of the built up transitional city which turned out to be a pay as you go sex brothel. And I had wondered the taxi drivers s******ed when we asked to be taken ...