Daffodils Park KL Hotel
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... had a seven hour wait which we spent eating mutton curry, dozing and watching Short Shorts going down the kids' helterskelter ride.
Doha is a fairly horrible airport for several reasons. It has very limited chaise longue seating, so it is hard to find somewhere to stretch out. It is a hugely busy transport hub, so that by morning we were fighting our way through thousands of people to get to our gate. Worst of all, the planes are miles away from ...
... it seems like such a lonely life... I suppose it's just the beginning of dog-related sadness with Thailand on the horizon. We made our way back to KL Sentral and the hostel, doing some double-checking of the airport bus process for tomorrow morning when we leave for our flight to Bangkok. Tonight we're going to chase up some roti chani and have an early one in preparation for being on the move again tomorrow. I'm looking forward to having a bigger hotel room :P. Until next ...
... br> It was dark when we came out (9pm ) and made our weary way back to our Hotel to crash!! The next morning it was more swimming before the walk to the food court and then to an amazing Aquarium, where we saw many interesting and unknown reptiles and fish. The snapping turtle, the tarantula spiders, the giant green gecko lizard, and the pre-historic looking horseshoe crab. Couldn't get Will to pat the shark... I don't know why?
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... a busy 10 days I decided to chill at the hotel fr a few hours this afternoon to catch up with things like this blog. Tonight we are going up the KL tower to get a city view and a new perspective of the twin towers. Tomorrow we head to Melaka for a day and then its onto Singapore. After Singapore I'm meeting Alaw in Indonesia - very excited! It will be nice as well to have someone from home here and to experience a more independent style of ...
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· Use handrails when available, particularly on stairs, and be alert for sudden movement by the ship.
· Remain in your stateroom, away from exterior walls, windows and balconies, until otherwise informed by ship’s crew. Prop you cabin door open so that you can hear instructions from your ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services