Bayu Beach Resort Port Dickson
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... for whom and who has the black or yellow camera hood rather than rely on what the TV screen says. The security guards seemed to give up on their job when the podium ceremony was on as people ran onto the track to collect rubber, watch the podium from closer or get their photo taken.
The security guards at the entrance to the concert could teach the security at the track a thing or two about bag searches. The security guard looked in all the pockets of my bag and gave me ...
... they are still cleaning up the mess. The caves are spectacular and the Hindu shrines as always are amazingly colourful and ornate. That is the end f the tour, I get back to Chinatown around2pm ready for lunch. Today it is sizzling chilli squid - yum. All up with rice and a drink 22 ringlet. Back to the hotel, they are kind enough to give me a room so I can shower before heading to the airport. How good is that, no charge, for a room that costs < $30. ...
... a 2mile hike into a 9 mile marathon and taking various wrong turns! Eventually getting back to the hostel we wasted no time in hitting the rooftop bar! We've met so many cool guys already, only day 3 into our trip, this is going to be mental! We are right now, slumming it in the airport waiting for our flight to Phuket, I'm looking forward to a chill out day on the beach! Peace ...
... views are amazing, especially that f the rooftop pool. In aid of Independence Day on Saturday the pool is laced with blue balloons and a skinny long haired oriental girl is on decks tossing out hard core tunes. We decide to return later after a dinner which we find in an Italian. I initially am suspicious but pleasantly surprised by bruschetta and creamy spinach ribbon pasta. We walk back admiring the brightly lit Petrona tower and head to the roof. ...
... 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 ...