Grand Seasons Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and I definitely won't be coming back. Between the men being like that, the dirty streets and people spitting everywhere you go today just wasn't a pleasant experience. I understand some of it is culture and that's fine I get that and I appreciate that but out of all the places we've been so far this is by far the place where I have felt the most uncomfortable and unsafe. We headed back to the hotel and the day just got worse. We got to our room to find a ...
... around Malaysia in a couple of weeks. After finishing up on the tour I quickly popped back into my hotel and then headed off to the train station to head to the Batu Caves. Catching the train to Batu Caves was a lot simpler then I thought it would be actually. The fare was only 4RM (which is just over $1AUD) so was super cheap to get out there. The trains themselves were clean and had all the information in Malay and English so I ...
... was great, and rather a funny experience, since they strip you down to your underwear, or not, if you happen to not be wearing any like Will, and then without warning, jump on to the table with you and straddle you. Suffice to say we all laughed when Will checked from behind the curtain that the same was happening to us too. After this, we had a quick stop off at home for some lunch, then headed to a big mall where we had booked a session at a place ...
Saturday 26th July - Tuesday 29th July After surviving our 9hour flight from the Gold Coast to Malaysia we arrived in Kuala Lumpur airport and made our way to the train for a transfer into the city. After two trains, 40 minutes of walking in circles through china town and a combined loss of about 20 litres of sweat we finally arrived at our guesthouse. Not a great start considering the guesthouse was less than 800m from the train station but I did only tell Matt to **** off once so we kind ...
... full burka or hijabs of different colours. School groups also made their way around the park, children were lead by a teacher with a microphone. At the food stalls, you could buy not only ice cream but also hot corn served in cups. The birds happily went about their lives while we watched. Stalks and egrets were my favourites, I loved watching them plough the silt for food. Nic liked the small herons that timidly took the food we ...