Casa dela Rosa Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa dela Rosa Hotel Tanah Rata
What a location! opposite the golf course lovely, but what were they thinking about when it comes to food? the breakfast is awful and do not eat there at night the chef obviously does not taste his own food!!
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... boy with an American accent, was pretty intuitive going.
Back home inside my rented flat - it was Maida Vale for Christ's sake - it took James less than a minute to start playing Blue Peter with straws, foil, toothpaste, blu-tac, sticky back plastic, matches, a cheap lighter and, eventually, an Evian bottle I'd been sent out for. Not that Blue Peter meant the slightest thing to this English boy from Asia. That was just the first of many cultural references ...
... recently in the past. Everything on the left hand side, our side, was smashed and cracked. And then, when Mr Driver deigned to finish his lunch, 30 mins behind schedule, we heard the sound of the engine. Not so much a purr as a strangled scream. For the next two and a quarter hours of a bus ride that was supposed to take just 90 mins. Even when we got on the occasional straight bit of road and weren't stopping for schoolkids, grandmothers ...
... all he did was guide me into the police station and left me) I was finally in the right area and found the place to exchange my coupon for my ticket. After this was more madness trying to find where to board the coach as all the lady at the counter did was point me in a direction saying "gate 12". Yeh, where was gate 12? People were asking me where I was going (as in trying to sell me their coach company) but one eventually caught on that I needed help and ...
... a nonexistent line (evidently everyone else got the memo about the rotating airline desks), but which quickly began to fill up. The Malaysian air people were huddled together discussing something we couldn't understand. A few minutes later a slender attendant approached us apologizing that our flight had been delayed 3 hours... What?! Not again... We assumed that this meant we'd miss our connecting flight in Kuala Lumpur that would eventually take us to ...
... international brand names. Before I got to Pavillion I found H&M. I ended up only buying tshirts there as all of their cheaper shorts had button down flies. Since H&M was on the Buit Bitang walk I wondered down that street to get to Jalan Alor to see what it looked like during the day. It was remarkably different and very quiet. At the Pavilion I found a G2000 store which was Victor's favourite in Hong Kong and another Pepe Jeans (a red bull racing sponsor) store ...