Cinta Sayang Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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... prosperity in the year ahead. We were up early, and after breakfast we headed straight for Little India. The atmosphere was charged and we soon encountered evidence of ceremonies having taken, or taking place in front of shops, offices and restaurants. The areas in front of some of the buildings had been painted, either in white as we had seen the day before, or in different colours. Every now and then we would hear the short burst of a bugle or cows horn ...
... was a temporary stage, on which a spirited drama was being acted out in Chinese (probably). The actors, both men, were heavily made up, their faces covered in whitener with pink eye shadow. There was a musician on each side of the stage. One of the old chaps was playing a traditional fiddle-type instrument, whose name I don't know. The other sat sullenly slouched in a Chelsea tank top playing the violin on cue. Across the street from this ...
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It actually gets worse before it gets better. For the last 50 miles or so we catch up with another mini-bus doing the same trip and for an hour or so the two of them play at being Hamilton and Rosberg, madly trying to overtake each other while deliberately and dangerously blocking each others path. Inevitably this results in a high speed swerve around one of Malaysia's many fallen trees, this one blocking half the road. A tree? Oh yeah, the scenery. I kind ...
... of last remaining rain forest where monkeys, birds and giant reptiles like to hang out- we saw a lot. There was an orang-utan rehab center which was cool too. At one point we were walking down a road behind our lodge and came across a family of pig-tailed macaque monkeys happily climbing on the hydro wires. There was a pair directly across the road from us in a ditch doing monkey business, so we ...
... spoke to sent us in all different directions but we did eventually make it to our bus company. They loaded a group of 6 of us onto a mini bus and we started on our seven hour journey. It was awfully boring but luckily I managed to sleep most the way. We were dropped off in the backpacker centre of George Town so our hostel was an easy find. After the accommodation on ...