Bayu Emas Apartments
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
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We have arrived at last! It is bliss to be experiencing warm weather and sunshine. The weather for the last couple of days has been a little overcast but it is still warm. It was great to arrive at the apartment and experience the continued familiarity that we experience each year.Our hosts Jamie and Susie welcomed us with open arms and once again everything was in place ready to pick up where we left off. We have collected our supplies,checked out the food market and had ...
... it difficult for anyone with balance issues, those using a cane or walker and it is definitely difficult for those in wheelchairs to go independently from one level to another. Georgetown is a UNESCO heritage town and the effort to keep it quaint and as close to the colonial times pose a huge challenge for accessibility. The sidewalks would be difficult to traverse for less active seniors and several holes are uncovered.
I met Andrea and Kevin in the hotel lobby at 6pm. We took a SCARY taxi ride 30 minutes north to Batu Ferinnghi to eat at the Hard Rock hotel. It was a twisting and turning beautfiul ride and I wish I could have enjoyed it more ... except I was scared to death. He was crossing the center line to oncoming motorbikes and buses. Andrea and I held hands ...
... and our bellies started to grumble. We went across the road to the food market. Puva did all the ordering and the food started to come which consisted of prawn noodles (one plate was not too spicy just for me), chicken and sausage pieces and chicken in a thick noodle sauce with thin noodles. It was all very yummy and to finish it off we polished off a pork roll which was just mouth watering. Writing this now is making me want it again. As we were talking, we discovered a ...
... noodle soups, hoisin chicken, but nowhere served asam laksa. I'd given up on the idea of trying it after the guy who worked in the hostel said that actually only limited places serve it as it's a specialist dish. On the last day though, I was heading to the ferry and found the a place that had it on the menu. For less than £1. It's basically a balance of flavours based around a fish broth, served with thick noodles. Much nicer than it sounds and worth the ...