Bayu Beach Resort Port Dickson
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- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... and of similar quality. Trouble is once you realise chances are you wont be able to find your way back to the shop as old Hanoi is a maze. Every street blends in with the next. This is part of the appeal but also the reason for rampant disorientation is rampant, especially day one and two. The good news is that the people are only too willing to help. Don't hesitate to come ...
Up at 6am (when we'd still been partying the morning before), Lucy, Polly, Thea and I rolled out of bed and into a taxi to take us to the ferry port. Lucy and I got a ferry to Koh Samui and said goodbye to the others as they travelled on to another island, Koh Phi Phi. Our ferry was unbelievably choppy as there had just been a massive thunderstorm so I took a travel sickness tablet (very wisely). ...
... thorough. I could have hidden a lot of food under my rain jacket in my back to get it inside.
A can of beer (Carlsberg of course, as it and Tiger are basically the only beers I've seen advertised in Malaysia) is the same price as everywhere else and only RM5 more expensive at the track than in KL.
While waiting for the race I saw a New Zealand driver win the Porsche race, the marshall's and the drivers bus parades. I also completed a survey and got a Petronas flag. ...
... and share the taste of Mexican food with our new traveling friends from France, Sweden and the UK. We see the sites of the city- including the KLCC twin towers, a water light combo show, a bar with a swimming pool on the roof among other big city views. We even went to the movie theater next to the indoor roller coaster! To beat the heat we went to a couple rock climbing gyms- one being the tallest wall in ...
... police motorcycle blockade, and then we finally saw the bus pass us in the opposite direction- it had come back to collect me! So we then played cat and mouse before it stopped and some very angry people glared at me as I got on! Haha this journey was really interesting because for 2 hours we drove through the highlands. At the top of the highlands lived the local people with their strawberry farms and fairly nice houses. Lower down were the aboriginal people ...