Crown Regency Serviced Suites
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... allowed that.
Last night I had, what else but chicken curry and my wonderful husband had a Caesar salad with smoked salmon, pretty bad really the Caesar salad that is.
Almost recovered from the flight and we have an early start tomorrow. Up and breakfasted and ready by 8am. Should be easy for us.
Off to Penang, really looking forward to that hope it doesn't disappoint.
As Tchi and Ben were only going to be with us for a week, we stuffed it full of as many good Malaysia experiences as possible - hawker food in Seramban with Kah Teng and her family; a couple of days on beautiful Pangkor island - sun, sea, sand, hornbills, mosquito bites, rented mopeds, monkeys and a really cute tiny holiday chalet; and a weekend in the cold Cameron Highlands with Yen Wei and his family in the mission hall ...
... the border you can book onto a boat and then it's a smooth two hour journey to the breathtaking Perhentian islands.
BEWARE: bring snacks for the journey, and toilet paper. Six hours into the nine hour long bus journey to the coast we eventually had a pit stop. This was a 7-11 with limited snack variety and outdoor mosquito-ridden toilets.
"If you can't peel it, don't eat it" is a very wise piece of advice a travel nurse gave me. On ...
... I call johnny, thank god, as he was under the impression he was picking me up from the other end tomorrow instead of tonight and he laughs as I tell him I made it by the skin of my teeth but I'm here now, comfortably waiting at my gate. Five minutes later I wonder why we aren't yet boarding, another five minutes later, I look up and see the screen I have been staring at says Melbourne. I gather my stuff and I'm off, arms flying all over the place, suitcase spinning across the ...