Ancasa Resort AllSuites, Port Dickson
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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I am traveling with my brother, Steve, and are joined by his mate Darren for about a week. Darren's luggage did not make it onto the plane at Sydney and we spent about an hour looking, waiting and talking to Air Asia staff. It is possible, though unlikely, that his bag will arrive on another flight from Sydney, arriving at about 4am. It will be a rush to get it and ...
... when I get home. We then had 6 hours to kill in the transit area of Bangkok airport. It's huge, but surprisingly not on the 'top ten largest airports as seen from above' ranking that Beijing airport made it into as we discovered on our first day travelling. We ate, slept lying across chairs, wandered round and finally made it onto our delayed flight. A yummy chicken a rice dish later, we ...
... for whom and who has the black or yellow camera hood rather than rely on what the TV screen says. The security guards seemed to give up on their job when the podium ceremony was on as people ran onto the track to collect rubber, watch the podium from closer or get their photo taken.
The security guards at the entrance to the concert could teach the security at the track a thing or two about bag searches. The security guard looked in all the pockets of my bag and gave me ...
... change station, from here the rest of the journey is by bus we find a little, or rather not so little hitchhiker on board. This is the old airport terminal, any time soon the new KLIA2 will be the budget flight hub out of KL. We check in and board our flight and away we go. Next stop Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia and the home of our next adventure. After a very pleasant flight on AirAsia we arrive at Phnom Penh and ...
... hostel during the week as it's closer to their schools. I really think students in the UK have it so easy. I spent the afternoon with some of these students helping them to make clothes from clothing they'd sourced from local 'bundle' shops (thrift shops). I say helping but really it was them telling me which way up to hold the clothing scissors (don't laugh!) and how to use a sewing machine. Apparently they get taught all this at school - I was too busy making ...