Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya
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... a local tuk tuk, whereas I was fortunate enough to call shotgun while about 18 of the others hopped on the back of the truck. This is when you know you’re going to have a good time, all health and safety goes out the window in Cambodia, who needs a seatbelt anyway, just hold onto the beer kegs! We took the truck through some of the Cambodian towns and down to the coast where the guys had arranged the hire of a boat to jump on. Now I think it’s safe to say the boat could ...
... sales assistants needed, It also states underneath, please speak Malay or English to apply.
One mixed popcorn (caramel and salted) a drink and some chocolate M&Ms all for the small price of £1.60. Am tempted not to leave this country!
I already had a seat number and noticed that the rows where staring to fill up, two staff stayed in the arena until the movie started (maybe ...
... me Ma'am Sam, and its literally every other word in her messages! That's going to take some getting used to. She started on Friday which meant i came home to a spotless flat! It was bliss. She cleaned the kitchen and bathroom, did all my ironing and my washing up. And she’ll even change my bed! Haha! So it works but just handing over a key and she comes in and does her 3 hours (that’s how long i have asked for her for, once a week) and then leaves. She ...
... a desert which looked like frog spawn...delicious! The following day we attempted a hop-on, hop-off tour of KL. We saw the lake gardens, the grand palace and independence square; here we took the opportunity to educate ourselves about the city and Malaysia's textile history. That evening we were taken to Marini's on 57 where we had an incredible view of the twin towers and drank prosecco all night; woop woop! For a ...
... wasn't that bad and went quicker than I thought it would. My seat didn't know my name, but it did have a camera attached the tail so we could see what the pilot sees when we took off and landed. Incredible! We landed and got through customs and immigration without a bother, and even managed to get the monorail to the correct station. Getting to the hotel after this was another story, we must have walked around for 20 ...