Grand Bluewave Hotel Shah Alam
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... s has resources in the 1,000 MHz frequency band.
Right now, the 1,800 MHz frequency band is only used for Indonesia’s 2G networks. Adita Irawati, vice president of corporate communications at Telkomsel told CNN Indonesia, “Currently, 90 million Telkomsel 2G subscribers use the 1,800 MHz range. The new service should be allocated where the customer ...
... and they certainly sounded very happy. No doubt they have Oma wrapped around their little fingers! The afternoon saw us shoe shopping at Pavillion and we were both successful with a pair each. We enjoyed Ichiban Boshi sushi fur dinner (at least it had stayed out even if it had been slightly turned around). I also has my favourite Beard Papa cream puff for dessert and we enjoyed $5 movie tickets to ...
... lazy susan in the middle. Meals are all communal and the different dishes continually come throughout the meal. And of course, everyone eats with chopsticks. (One of our hosts this week complimented my ability to eat with chopsticks and asked where I had learned to eat with them so well. I was so flattered and had to share :) Perks of growing up with a Vietnamese best friend – shout out to you, Pamela!) During dinner the first ...
... in more pictures with random people than I've actually taken. This being my second experience of having photos taken wherever I go (my first when I was part of the Olympics), I've come to the conclusion I really don't think I could hack being a celebrity. It was worse when I was in the Olympics though, we really couldn't walk two steps without being harassed. It's not quite that bad here.. Anyway, if I was the queen of the MRT system in Singapore, then on Monday I was the ...
... was the end of our troubles with this guy though because he was a hoot the whole rest of the time we stayed there.
We had only been checked in about an hour before a huge storm erupted outside. Rain poured down and the streets became miniature rivers that all flowed downhill towards the train station. I came out of our room to ask if we could use the kettle to make some instant hot chocolate that we had purchased earlier and found that the storm had somehow made its way ...