Avillion Port Dickson
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAvillion Port Dickson
Chalets on stilts by the beach sounds and peacocks outside our door and nice swimming pools
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... and a couple of cold drinks was 17ringet approx $5. Now for a room, we wander around aimlessly as we cannot get good internet to look at accommodation options. After checking many hotels we finally come across Hotel Oriental, right in the main shopping area for 90 ringet we get a room with a window and aircon. What more can you want. Many rooms here are over 130 and you do not get a window. Time for an explore, everything is very quiet with lots of shops shut up, we soon find ...
We left Puteri marina about mid day & we believed we still had our unwelcome guest!! Had a
lovely cruise out of the river & up the West coast of Malaysia to an island that gave us a little protection, caught up with Kiwi Coyote and had sundowners with them a pleasant evening. Awoke to my birthday with a heavy cold and ‘sumartra’ howling around us! We held ok as the wind 45kts+ 2 meter waves ...
... fun. It was 7pm by the time I went back to the hotel! In the night we went out for dinner with a few people from our dorm but I was in bed by 10:30... The tourist sights are so tiring! Today I spent the morning doing final organising for the journey home and more time in the markets because of an influx of "orders" for fake products from home! I'm just in the departure lounge waiting ...
... as we were ushered to the huge tanks of seafood and told to pick what we wanted to eat, we didn't really know what to order so in the end decided to get a few things to share between the 4 of us. In the end we went for; chili clams, 2 crabs, 2 lobsters, half a kilo of prawns, fried noodles and some veg. Despite feeling a bit stressed after the experience of choosing our food, that all went out the ...
... and going past us and back into the pits. The noise cancelling ear phones were great for listening to the commentary (which was in English and then Malay) and reducing the noise. From our position we saw a few drivers lock up as they turned and Grosjean break down. After a bit of practise we got the hang of identifying the driver's cars using the numbers (where visible and the colour of the camera above them, black for the no. 1 driver and yellow for the no. 2). Some of the cars ...