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... shops were all closed (not that Maureen could fit anymore into her ruck sack). After some delightful noodles for Maureen and a yummy curry for me, we took the short walk back to the hotel, to discuss our plans for the following day and to work out some sort of itinerary for our last 3 weeks in South East Asia. We worked on a plan for the next day which involved an early start and pondered around the idea of pushing back our flights to Sydney.
We woke up ...
... Then we queued for the ice show. Gotta say expectations weren't high but it was actually really really good. Loved it. From there it was back to the room to get dolled up - formal night at dinner. More eating. Harrison's been having a crack at eating grapes and pineapple. He may have 2 new fruits to add to his current expansive fruit repertoire of 2 fruits. Had a chat to our waiter tonight - Heri. He's from Jakarta and has ...
... going to sweat an extra dollar at this point in time. I told him it was his lucky day and to enjoy it and got out.
Terminal Four, the budge air domestic departures terminal is a tiny little podunk terminal with five gates. It really had taken less than fifteen minutes to get there thankfully, so I still had plenty of time to get my bag checked in. Not a lot of extra time, but enough. I also vaguely recalled hearing that Palawan in general (the ...
Alanna messaged to say she was back, we went out and I navigated us back to Berjaya mall, found restaurants etc downstairs, had dinner at Absolute Thai restaurant, an awesome meal for 91.30Myr. Alanna's curry was too spicy, they took it away and added more coconut milk to cool it, but mine and Mike's was delicious.
Saw the piano stairs and the giant gumball machine then went back to the hotel.
... the feature film started the lights in the theater came back on and everyone in the audience rose to their feet. A brief awkward silence followed and then the Malaysian National Anthem began. It took us by surprise but we both stood up, I removed my hat, and participated by mumbling the lyrics with the rest of the audience. The best part, was the footage being shown on the big screen. It had politicians shaking hands with ...