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... notice the people: Indians, Chinese, Thais and Mayalas- a real melting pot of cultures with huge Chinese influence on their language and food. We settle in Georgetown, a quirky, artistic town and a backpackers hub, for the first 3 nights. The weather is hotter and more humid and having a room without air con is miserable. Though small, this town has a lot to offer. We take a local street art walk with ...
... in tin/corrugated iron houses and appeared to live hand to mouth. That afternoon was one of my best experiences whilst traveling- I really enjoyed being around the kids and they were all so hard working, focused on what they were trying to achieve and just great fun. The organization I went along to is called Chow Kit Kita and 17 ( I think!) teenagers selected from over 70 applicants work together to produce a show in the local community. In previous years they've ...
... lovely shower, soft chairs, free wifi, computers where I streamed an episode of Kardashians secretly and listened with my headphones! It was the best way possible to handle a day stuck in an airport with the flu. I will board my flight to NZ shortly and can't wait to get ...
... had brought us both, which we thought was really nice as this was not part of the arrangement so he had gone out of his was to make sure we had 'good breakfast - fly!' (Followed by a hand signal pointing to a plane in the sky.) So we of course accepted his little gift of what looked like a squishy meringue..when really as soon as you bit into it you realised it was some sort of beef and sauce in squidgy dumpling. We would definitely say ...
... Lanka. We did an archanai and prayed to him. The atmosphere of the temple was sublime but full of vibrant energy. We asked the priest if we could take a picture of the Hanuman as we noticed the no camera sign in the temple. He was reluctant but finally gave in to our request.
This famous temple had started off in the year 1954 as a shrine for a local warrior. The shrine was constructed by members of the Malaysian army. At the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAvillion Admiral Cove Port Dickson
Service by staff were prompt and they are so friendly and helpful. Transport can be a challenge if u dun drive or call a cab. so be prepared with the taxi company no or the hotel n so that u can call them to book a cab easily.
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