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Travel Blogs from Batu Pahat
... meal in Melaka MacDonald’s at 1. Ice lollies and fizzy drinks kept us going through the intense afternoon heat - no afternoon rain today to cool us off. The number 5 highway treated us well for the majority of the way, apart from one section where we couldn’t find a drinks stop for 22 miles and started to lose the plot a bit. We eventually found a family fruit stall ...
... back on the bus. We then traveled on a very packed bus over the bridge to Malaysia. At the Malaysian side of the border we were dismayed to see the longest queue for passport control that would of taken about 4 hours to get through. Fortunately we met a French couple who were looking for people to share a taxi with to get over the border. We jumped in the taxi and were over the border in no time and the taxi took us to the bus station, very good ...
... Japanese to Indian, Chinese to Malaysian. Arvid could not resist piecing on some tempting tidbits from various vendors while Irina insisted on seeing everything before making her decision. She settled on a sea food place and ordered squid, stingray and loads of clams. We pigged out; a big portion of squid, a whole stingray and 4 dozen steamed clams. Tomorrow we cross over to ...
... A new 'modern' airport has taken over from Don Meung Airport in Bangkok, however they were having teething problems on their first day. It wasn't just Doug's luggage that was left behind, there were many others. However, he did receive it the next day and it was hand delievered by taxi. As compensation, Singapore Airlines, gave him a bathroom bag with t-shirt as well as 120 dollars which equates to approximately 40 pounds - so that helped pay for our additional ...
... island I was on (West Sumatra) are peasant farmers of some capacity (fish, rice, vegetables, fruits.)They make a living peddling their goods at the weekly markets. When it comes down to it, its not the place its the people and the interactions that make an experience memorable. Indonesian people have a contagious sincerity in there smiles. They do not see many tourist (or at least not in a long time due to all the troubles)in the area that I was in so they almost have a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility