- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... from the mosquitos - not the blood sucking & leaving your enemy defenseless part; but to always be persistent, focused and resilient in our life's pursuits, making sure that we leave a lasting impression in all the lives we touch. Our new home was absolutely stunning - Swiss Garden Hotel & Apartments. Nestled in a golf course, surrounded by jungle and sea, it was the perfect resting place and a definite golfer's paradise. The establishment has a hotel on the one ...
... a very lovely lady, Ling Siaw, who insisted we stay the night @ her family home - such kindness to absolute strangers. So here we are @ their home, being thoroughly spoilt by James, Jael, Jabez & Grace - many many thanks to you all. It will be difficult leaving!
THANK YOU DARREN & FRIENDS FOR THIS WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE - all you lovely people have an open invitation to our home & hospitality
... nails in my scalp and started scratching it like a kid who has chicken pox. Then she started to make weird noises with her hands on my scalp. I am truly lost for words on what happened to my scalp that day. She was done within 5 mins. Well that is what I thought and then she put more shampoo and started mixing it with a bit of massaging and lot of scratching. After 3 cycles of this she moved the towel that was around my neck and she started to massage my neck. Then she started ...
... to find the amount of cooking styles available to add to chicken, prawn or fish. The styles that really appealed to us were Nyonya, Sambal, Sweet 'n’ Sour, Curry, Marmite and Thai. Thank goodness we’ve got a good few nights to try them out.
After grabbing some snacks and Annabelle finding her favourite strawberry ice lolly which she first had in Bali, we headed back to our room to chill out and get ready for the next day. ...
... I notice a kid here and there drifting past me in the water followed by, presumably, their mother and I see no one else down in that part of the bay, so I pack up and head that way. Just behind a tree are two locals. I know they are local because they say 'Hello', twice(for the record, i said hi and hello back).And then proceed to stare at me. For the whole time. I walk past and find the rocks I'm after and climb up. I'm just out of sight to them and it's just the ...