De Palma Inn Sepang
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Adelaide. Start the day ready to go, lost the passport and then found it and away! First leg. Kuala Lumpur luckily I had a chai cappuccino. What is this? I'm glad you asked. I really don't know but it was different. A shot of espresso real frothy milk and then dusted with a copious amount of Chai flavouring, instead of chocolate. Certainly ...
... saying hello. We were near the middle of the ice rink when they came up to me and said hi, then they asked me if they could take a picture. The girl got out her phone and gave it to her friend so she could get a picture. Next she called over all of her other friends so they could get pictures too. We spent a little bit longer playing playing before dad said it was time to go. I guess it was good we left then because it was 8:00 Australian time and 6:00 Malaysian time. I got all ...
... up to the caves and in the incredibly intense heat by the time I got to the top my calves were burning and I was sweating so much it was disgusting! I also managed to get attacked by monkeys - which there were loads of and were running up and down the steps preying on unsuspecting victims. I was not unsuspecting, just clearly had a look of terror on my face that whenever they came near me they obviously latched onto (monkey's aren't stupid you know). On my way back down ...
... leaves were the multi room villas. In the center of the palm leaves and at the tip of the trunk was the "clubhouse" where the spa, pool, fitness center, and a few restaurants were located. This resort was actually rather large. The two main modes of transportation throughout was either a golf cart caddy or by bicycle.
The first morning we were there it poured. And when I say poured, I mean full out hurricane style ...
After our recent wanderings, meanderings and blog goings we have decided to give ourselves a day off. We sat by the infinity pool on the 18th floor of the hotel, swam in the cool waters and only ventured out to eat. We got quite excited reading our travel guides on Cambodia which is our next stop. So many places, so little time. It was a glorious day, busy doing nothing. Tan update, I am still white, Martin is only a little less so. Normal service will be resumed shortly ;) ...
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