Graha Residen Serviced Apartments
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... when I thought I'd lost a fair bit of weight too. Crushing.
But the port we did reach, and what I'd read was kind of confirmed, no remnants at all, completely built out over the years, and quite a busy looking port too.
Was walking back for a bit, came across this gate that looked interesting, led to a classic style middle eastern market, where I found some nuts, and as I ...
... start to my day. As the sky grew brighter I grew more awake with it gaining energy and appreciation from what I was observing. It was the kind of thing a camera just cannot capture. Once the sun had fully risen and day was upon us we followed the herds of people back down the mountain to where our jeep was parked. I begrudgingly gave back my fleecy coat to the man in the shop after managing to resist buying it. So I was thrown back into coldness for the jeep ride down the ...
... chairs in their room and eat together in the cool.
We are joined by the 3 kucings (cats) and are entertained endlessly by them, especially the baby Oreo.
Kupu befriends our daughter and follows her to her room and is on her bed in no time. So cute.
We head out driving taking in the sights and from what I see, I liken it to Kota Kinabalu in Sabah a little bit.
We were there for a day in July on our way home from Hong Kong and it feels a ...
... finally began. Stood in the scorching heat watching two sets of two bulls and their young riders racing down the track. Crowd enthused although as staunchly muslim non were betting on the outcome. Most entertaining and intriguing thing was watching the crowd of team supporters at the end of the track trying to slow the bulls to a stop once they'd reached the end. Kamakaze job. I’d read that the racing is horrendously cruel as the riders put chilli in ...
... Tracy said, starry eyed with excitement. “What are? I asked, “Jimmy Choo’s” replied Mandy. It dawned on me, well, if they could carry them, why not? I suggested we sort out the tickets, and then return here later for them to buy their shoes and to allow us to eat as the food area was quite something, so we set off looking for walking directions to the town centre. We hiked through the baking heat to a ...