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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Continental Pulau Penang
It was the place that me and my family used to stay at every month. And here I come back! Nothing change in the hotel but the memories of the hotel will always remain in my mind! Closed by to food and attraction. But quite far from beach but it is in the center of shopping!
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... ages and she called her boss over. Bryan asked "what's the problem' but she couldn't outright ask for the money!
Her boss then demanded 2,000 baht from him (£40) with Bryan acting dumb and as if he was not understanding. This charade went on for a while and in the end Bryan got his cash out of his pocket and showed he had enough funds to enter Thailand. He got his passport back then it was Jody's turn.
She did the same, acted dumb, handed over an ...
... way as driver, me in the middle and Colm at the end. It was fun and definitely worth the struggle to the top. We had time to go on the last slide but it meant pulling the rubber rings all the way to the top again so that is what we all did (well I supervised my rubber ring getting pulled up this time round!) We all went on this slide individually, with me leading the way. I assumed we would go straight down the slide like the other one, but I was wrong. This slide was pushing me ...
... At least it was air conditioned, had escalators and lifts so it made moving Helen around relatively easy.
There are not a great deal of disability friendly facilities outside of centres to help us get around with a mobility impaired person. Many steps, few ramps and no lifts. But we had a good walk around and investigated a few shops before heading back to the ship.
Helen to the buffet ...
... music blaring out. Some of the temples were closed for renovation, so we had to go Budha-less for the rest of the day. Quite a long walk back, arrived at our hotel with aching feet and legs. There was a frantic knock on our door, it was the staff "we have to close your shutters to prevent a flood when it rains"so with shutters closed the rain came. It rained so hard it was coming in everywhere. Best thing to have a ...