Bayu Beach Resort Port Dickson
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... Hindu army personnel decided to construct a statue for Lord Anjaneyar at that shrine. At that point of time, the shrine was located by the side of a mountain, and was surrounded by dense jungle. Due to remoteness of the area, there was no supply of water and electricity. Devotees who had come to pray at the shrine would return before sunset, as it was dangerous to travel through the jungle at night.
The distinctive feature in this temple is that the statue ...
... for the final leg, as it was only about seven hours so we opted for reclining seats instead. Very comfy except it was freezing. The whole carriage had the air conditioning on all night. It was hilarious watching everyone trying to get some sleep, the temperature outside was probably late twenties, yet inside we were all looking for any kind of clothing to get some heat. When go out onto the platform at KL, I could feel the condensation form on my ...
... us for supper and Chris said "oh we might go and get some dinner" I whispered to him "I think that's the same thing" ha! We ended up going our separate ways only because we were scared there choice for dinner would cost us our whole holiday budget! They gave us warm hugs goodbye and asked us to stay in touch, if we ever travel to the US or France we have a place to stay they said. We offered the same to them although I have a feeling our small modest home wouldn't be there ...
... well designed and neat the apartment looked.
The best part of this unit was the spectacular view from the balcony. It was fantastic as you can see from these photos. After checking that everything was in order and all the rooms and air conditioning were okay, I was pretty ...
... the centre stage!! Strolling further on we saw the streets become much quieter, lit only by small red lights shining up at the Chinese restaurants, businesses and homes. Not like a red light district, it felt more romantic than sleazy!
After long days walking through Melaka’s streets we returned to our hotel for a rest and at about ten o’clock we decided to order room service but it turned out to be a disaster ...
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