De Palma Inn Sepang
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Decided to escape from the City and run into a hideout. Discovered this resort hotel in Sepang. A very quiet place indeed. Check it out sometime. My room was not too gud probably it was the last available room that day. Fully occupied by Air Asia staffs.Generally...it a great place to relax and take a break from ur daily routine life. Its quite …
... just full of kids! Amazingly though, no sign of any adults looking after them, yet the square seemed intact, and some purposeful looking dance practice was happening. Several kids greeted us as we wandered around, and loads shouted “Welcome to Malaysia!” What do you think the odds of British kids going up to some obviously foreign looking people and shouting “Welcome to Britain!”? Pretty low I’d say…
... lose as little speed as possible around corners. There were at least two occasions on the half hour or so trip that a horn was heard in anger. The speed we were going left little time to take in what was whizzing past but there were pockets of slums contrasted with what looked like large residential developments.
I became excited as we got closer and closer to the Petronas Twin Towers and it wasn't long before we were walking into the luxury of our ...
... very interesting. I love the whole concept of a central public garden as the greenery and relative tranquility provides a welcome restbite from the six laned traffic and concrete jungle of the city centre.
Needless to say the 36 degree temperature under the suffocating canopy generated a hearty sweat. My rate of perspiration must have set some sort of world record given it was only 08:30am. My daily water intake of course had to be adjusted upwards! I also happened to spot ...
... backpackers I was completely soaked and drenched. I checked in and left my small pack as I made my way back to where Lucky was waiting. She was getting worried as I was taking my time trying to find the backpackers. I could see the relief on her face when she saw me. We picked up our bags and made our way through the rain and somehow we made it to the backpackers in one piece, but completely soaked. The receptionist said “Welcome to ...
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