Hotel Sentral Kuantan
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The Taj...it was more like a fine dining concept. The food was delicious and my fish briyani was just too good and so was Sheelan's thali meal set. We bid our farewell to Mr.Thina and thanked him for his splendid hospitality and headed to the laundry shop to finish up with the dryer. Collected our clothes and hit the roads to East Coast - Kuantan.
Initially, we were supposed to take the old road and ...
... the same guesthouse as us going to Kuala
Lumpur the same day we were so we hitched a ride with him and the driving of this guy scared the **** out of me. First time I've ever been nervous riding in a vehicle in a foreign country. He would drive on the shoulder during traffic, almost ran a couple of motorcyclist off the road and then claimed that it was the motorcyclist that didn't value their own lives. But we made it to Kuala Lumpur alive and for free!!
... there were about a hundred people wanting to get on one bus and no luggage hold excellent.
Luckily I managed to wiggle my way through the crowd and got onto the bus. There was a broken seat so we piled all the bags sky high onto it with the other couples bags on top. The bus was packed people were sitting on the floor as well as on the seats and it was baking!! I felt quite bad that we had to take up seats with our luggage but what else were we supposed to do ...
... in the mini hall with no electricity, which meant no fans and no video to accompany Goenka’s voice vs. whose English was sometimes hard to understand.
Day three I was completely bored out of my mind especially during the midday break. I found that I could only sit still for 20 minutes before losing concentration and craving to adjust my posture. But tonight’s discourse really hit a chord with me. The tremendous roar of the thunder and lightning was ...
... to colour them. Jen had designed a crazy seascape where the sun shone down and it was raining ‘peace’ symbols and I had drawn what I like to call ‘The psychedelic rainforest’. The friendly owner played us some guitar as background music whilst we went crazy with colour, it was well fun. It took around 3 hours or so in total to finish our t-shirts and we were drenched in sweat by the tine we were done so we thanked the owner and arranged to pick our ...