Thistle Johor Bahru
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After a bit of a plumbing problem from the room above, we were moved to a huge room with a great view, staff here fab. Food good too. Took a taxi to see local Abu Bakar Mosque, but couldn't go in due to Ramadan, so decided to walk to the next place! Turned out to be quite a way in the heat, but we made it into town and enjoyed a cool drink and the …
Yesterday we heard fro a man at the airport about the Malaysian Air disaster, how terrible for those families. We had planned to have dinner I the hotel, but after a late afternoon snack we found we were enveloped by a wonderful king sized bed where we awoke at midnight, changed and went back for more deep sleep. Woke at 7ish, thank God for …
... front desk said something like, "I really like your card, so I'm going to upgrade you." Our card??? Really? Ww were hardly going to say anything, because, shock to us, they put us in a VIP room, top floor of the hotel, views out over the bay, with a huge balcony. SOLD! And once Vikki hit the bed, all I heard was, "Oh, feel these sheets. Lie down on this mattress." It was Heaven!... Quite the welcome to this amazing city
... our Indian experience Christopher and I popped into the temple to wish our injured couple well in their recovery. Then we headed off to Samy's restaurant for dinner, real Indian (meant to be served on a leaf) ours were served on greaseproof paper as they had run out of leaves, however did not affect the flavours, enjoyed some delicious; chicken and fish tikka, prawn Tandoori, black squid and special ...
... So do get along to try the tea. Then we looked around a few more of the local shops and then headed out via the MRT to Orchard Road for some serious window shopping. First stop, Lucky Plaza. For those who know Singapore - you're probably thinking "Why?". For those who know Christie Linanto, you're probably thinking "Whyyyyyyy?" And for everyone else, you won't get the joke. But, Kylie has not just been practicing her French, but also her Singlish. That weird mix of English ...