- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... The gardens didnt actually offer that much but its only small so can easily be done.
The trails which you can do along the way up are quite difficult but if your used to climbing and hiking then you should have no trouble. The road going up is steep and challenging in itself and took around 1.5 hours. By the time I got to the top it was 1pm and the view was covered with clouds so basically I had no view. If you ...
... included it was always there, you could eat I at any time! Cereal, bread, jam, bananas, biscuits and cake there all the time, all day long! I'm pretty partial to brinner (breakfast for dinner) so this was amazing. But wait, it doesn't stop there, there was a free coffee machine, like proper coffee! Can it get any better I hear you cry?! Well yes, there was also a free hot Milo machine! BOOM! Best hostel in the world, ever! Despite living in Milo's homeland ...
... at a 'Farmers' style shop in the mall where I bought my last round of presents and trinkets.
I also quite like the challenge of just how will I get the picture or painting home safely. In this case I ended up rolling the picture up and placing it inside the thin plastic sheet that was the picture 'glass' in the original frame.
The items I expected to need to show customs back in NZ were my washed and scrubbed build boots and my hand ...
... for the recent monotony of the blog updates; as one day merges blissfully with the next it's hard to describe the mental, as well as physical, relaxation succinctly. As Malaysian transvestites had massaged our bodies, so too the sunny days devoid of medicine massaged our minds. For the avid reader, tomorrow marks not only the beginning of another new chapter in this round-the-world excursion, but hopefully a change in blog content as the adventures ...
... br> I first had one of these 8 years ago on the Teoman Islands, and they have been an obsession ever since. I only bought one originally because the guy making them was stirring an oil barrel of batter with a Black and Decker drill onto which he had somehow attached an industrial sized mixing tool, and I thought he has got to be worth a ringgit or two on comedy value alone. Only Albert Hoffman has ever cooked up anything as consciousness raising ...