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cozy type, Breakfast also provided & jus 15min walking distance to Heritage site
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... a week into Asia and she had to spend the day in bed/the toilet! I went out and saw the other side of the river, had a general wander around, then returned to Helin with sprite and snacks. She didn't touch any of the food until the next morning though. Then we were off again to catch the bus to KL! The hostel owner made us pose for a photo for his Facebook page before we ...
... big bust stories, one involving meth and *****ians at the airport, the other two both involving raids in Georgetown. In the first, 985g of ketamine were found in a house, raising the obvious question of what happened to the other 15g. Not too difficult to work out, I think the police call it tax/perk of the job etc. The other raid in Georgetown was 150g of syabu, remember syabu syabu? Yaba. Low grade meth. It beggars belief that ...
... to get to Malacca in one day from the Cameron Highlands. Fortunately the night market was worth the long journey and we were relieved to find that it wasn't as busy as some of the other tourist orientated night markets we've visited, meaning we actually had room to move whilst browsing the numerous stalls, the majority of which were food related - perfect! Our favourite thing about night markets is the completely random assortment of cheap food that you end up eating. We ...
Left at 08:30 this morning for the 4 hour drive to Melaka in Malaysia for the weekend. Becks unfortunately couldn't come due to work commitments so it was just the 5 of us. The border crossing through Singapore was quick and efficient as expected whereas we had to wait much longer on the Malaysian side. Although nothing compared to Chilean borders! When we finally arrived at our hotel that Jody had booked we were a bit worried as it was right ...
... of digital education for the world's poorest children, so the introductory events were pretty basic. We also had attendees from around Asia, teachers from an International School in Singapore, and many from Hong Kong, & China. Rabi is here from Nepal, Christoph from Austria, Adam from Boston/Toronto, & Tony from the West Coast. We are an impressive group of "movers and shakers."
Yesterday (Sunday), we were a smaller and ...