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Travel Blogs from Chaweng
... so far and appreciating being in one place for a period of time. We purchased a bat and ball from a beach seller which provided plenty of entertainment and we even went so far as to use the hotel gym which helped erode some of the ice cream induced guilt. Dinner on the beach was of course compulsory and our final night at a swanky cocktail bar where you sat on bean bags on the sand made us feel like we were completely cheating the system! ...
... to say our goodbyes.
With only one scooter (we had returned one earlier to save on funds) between us and our big bags, Pete did the noble thing and drove me and my stuff to the ferry port whilst he went back for his. I found my way into the nearest pub (as you do) and settled down with my last Tiger beer, wishing I had my book with me! It didn’t take long for a drunken guy (it was an Irish pub...) to come over and say his slightly unwanted hellos. He proceeded to ...
... I'm certainly stressed so it could be a combination of all three. I have purchased hair loss shampoo and conditioner plus a serum that I apply after each wash. I've also ordered some vitamins that are high in very specific vitamins needed for healthy hair and skin. These are: vitamin A, vitamin B6 & B12, beta-carotene, biotin, vitamin C, calcium, vitamin D, inositol, iodine, iron, magnesium, niacin, pantothenic acid, selenium and zinc. I will keep you posted if these ...
... used in some ceilings, but a very poor quality LED rope lighting has been used in lots of places and there are huge chunks of it which are just dead. Darren has been sorting out the connections and measuring the areas up where we need to buy better quality rope lighting. What seems such a simple job turns out to take hours and hours.
We are having a walkway through the jungle down into the village thereby giving us access to ...
... across to the mainland. The funicular railway up to the summit was faster than all the trains in India and we barged several small children out of the way to grab the front seats for the way down. We've had a great few days enjoying the laid back, friendly streets of Georgetown and are a bit reluctant to leave. With only two weeks left on our backpacker clocks, we're heading to the Cameron Highlands next for fresh air and tea. L & CJ ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool