ParkCity Everly Hotel Miri
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Average in every sense but a welcome relief after 5 days in Brunei
2 days diving with Cocodivers, nice reefs and and oil rig wreck but nothing spectacular - no competition for Sipadan and Brunei.
A stop off at the end of our trip
We were in Miri. Everything was ready- tickets to Thailand booked, sunblock bought, I was getting ready to get my tan back... but plans are plans- they change... radically sometimes. On the way back from Mulu, we arrange to be picked up from the airport (by the same guide who showed us Niah Park) to go and visit a long house. During the visit we started talking to a guide who was showing us a long house about Mulu National Park (the place we just came from 1 day earlier) and its ...
... 8211; oops!), we first headed to the Electronics Mall in Bukit Bintang and bagged ourselves an almost identical Panasonic camera - result! With camera no.2 in hand (I wonder how long this one will last!), off we went to explore this modern Asian city, so we took the monorail through
the skyscrapers to KLCC, the location of the majestic Petronas Towers.
Standing at a height of ...
... for 26 nights, not including 3 nights paid for as a present in AirBnB apartment, $300 total. One night on a overnight bus.
Doctor visit HepA and Typhoid Shots 288RM each, including blood tests and consultation fees
Dentist, me 200RM check-up, clean, x-rays. Sharon (lots of work caused by a fear of home butcher dentist and lack of regular visit because of) Approx. 3000RM while I won't list specifics there were over 6 hours of chair ...
... as you sit and wait for buses together. I enjoy those moments and the locals become protective of you and make sure you get on the right bus and for the right price and tell the driver where you want to go. One lady (50-60) was telling me she had 7 children but only 3 are still alive; she was off to the 'clinic’ to get her medicine for high blood pressure. She would talk to me in English and then interpret what I said to all the other ladies waiting at the bus ...