Hangtuah Boutique Hotel
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... an Indonesian meal - roti bucar. We didn't really know what to expect but roti is bread and bucar translated is toast. The menu ask for chocolate or strawberry so we choose chocolate. A few minutes later the food arrived. The loose translation wasn't too incorrect. The meal was a toast sandwich filled with a Nutella style spread and believe it or not cheese. Bazaar I know but surprisingly delicious. We ate our roti bucar and then returned to the car deciding be had probably ...
... dollar is about 2 to 1 at the minute, tipping is not normal or expected, the brothels are on the even numbered streets in geylang, there's 4 main languages and they have the third highest PPP in the world Everything around us shut down at 11 so we went back to the room on the tube (mrt) passing some old guy in the lift with his "niece" Leah got the mozzy net out coz she's been bitten in her sleep every night for a week...and possibly just to see it working Chelsea - 1 United - 2 Liverpool - 2 Arsenal - ...
... ok and we should get back to waiting area as our flight is delayed :) After an hour luckily boarded and in 50min landed in Yogya. Here completely different taxi system-pay fixed sum at counter e.g to our stay 7.5usd, get voucher and queue number and wait for taxi in queue. In 29min reached our hotel Rumah Mertua-again small paradise :) as restaurants closed, and only option turned to br MC, discovered asian menu here-rice portion with meet etc, so why there isnt smth specific to us in ...
We arrived at the Kuala Lumpur airport following an easy train stop and longer bus journey. The airport was the same as before when we were in it; the tannoy/loud speaker was very tinny sounding and really annoying. There were kids running everywhere shouting, and Rob said I was becoming grumpy in my old age. But honestly, back in my day we weren’t allowed to run around shouting in public places! I was lucky (insert sarcasm here) enough to ...