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Travel Blogs from Tanjong Tokong
... googling but there was no one in there and somebody was ludicrously horny. Before hand though I went to the loo and did a poo which means my bowels are fine. However when I got back to the room I had to sit down for a bit because I thought I might still need to go but it was okay. Jay insisted we have sex so we started in his bunk (we'd locked the door previously) and right at the beginning we heard footsteps coming up the stairs and then Ginny and Sam walked in. I ...
... I'd been stung by a jelly but it didn't hurt too much but we still got out to dry off so I could put some cream on it. The thing is, because of how murky the water was, we couldn't see the bugger that got my leg and it wasn't like I could feel tentacles, I just felt the stabbing sting! After the beach we grabbed a drink in maccies as it had somewhere to get changed. We planned on seeing a few temples on the way back but what we hadn't aliased ...
... returned to watch the snake being draped over the nervous looking family. Various people were bowing down to the alter, lighting incense sticks and leaving food and other offerings, which the snakes are supposed to slither down and enjoy after the temple is closed to the public. How much they would enjoy a snickers bar we do not know, but they may find the small bottle of shampoo useful I guess. Coincidently the temple ...
... to really bend down. Not too far in jay sees something in the water swimming and asked me what it was, I froze because I could see its head and a long tail so I instantly jumped to the conclusion that it was a snake and freaked a little. Jay thought it was an otter or something, I said he was crazy as it was too big. However I looked a little farther on and saw its friend, a giant lizard otherwise known as a comodo dragon. And a large one at that. These two were like 5 metres ...
... varying amounts for a draw on a revolving cone. The draws nearer the top were more expensive as they faced the statue for longer. We also spied a free chocolate and coffee museum and went in hoping for some free samples. We were not disappointed! Both the coffee and the chocolate, by a company called Beryls, were delicious. And it was hard to resist the temptation not to blow the rest of our budget on dark chocolate truffles and white coffee mochas. . . But resist we ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking