Hotel Fuliyean

Address: No.14 Jalan Barrack, Taiping, Perak, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.14 Jalan Barrack, Taiping.
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      Family celebrations

      A travel blog entry by junipops on Jul 07, 2013

      5 photos

      ... Dad was the MC for the night and got his friends to throw the toast. During the night we had poured our champagne into the tower of glasses, did our own speeches and toast, then winded our way through the tables to thank guests again The next day after the wedding, sis was our Malaysian "professional" photographer who offered to come to the stinking heat outside and take some worthwhile photos around the lake. Lunch the ...

      White Coffee, Chocolate and Nassi Goreing!

      A travel blog entry by scotbig2 on May 30, 2013

      63 photos

      ... the Orient".

      We were up at 05:30 and finished reading the beautiful book "Beneath the Marble Sky". A lovely book about India and we had just been there so it was very exciting for me to read it...about the Taj Mahal being built and why and who it involved. Loved it.

      Walked off the ship to the terminal and had to walk up a bunch of steps...groan! Found a cabby for $50. we got a 4 hour tour of Penang.

      Thailand part 2

      A travel blog entry by jamesandbex on Mar 01, 2013

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      ... is many wonderful things but I have made her promise me that never should one of those things be a nurse. Never have I seen someone throw up and think what that person needs is food. Bad backs have been treated with long walks and sun burn with twenty mile bike rides in blistering heat so far this trip so I shouldn't be surprised that being violently sick is no reason to not get on a boat. I have to jump I think to myself as I lower myself off the back of a boat into choppy sea ...

      Volunteer work on a permaculture farm

      A travel blog entry by kabouterjulchen on Feb 13, 2013

      ... the time. Last but not least I think they are both nice people, I think he is overworked and stressed and of course had some bad experience with volunteers. We both actually totally understand his point of view and his frustration. Nevertheless it is important to give yourself some rest if you need it, in order to feel fresh and ready for new people. If you approach people already with a lot of prejudices the situation might become a self fulfilling prophecy.


      Lychee beer, forts and lotus flower shoes

      A travel blog entry by dawn_and_andy on Apr 18, 2012

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      ... feet were considered very pretty.

      We then headed off to see some of the small temples as there was not alot to do in Penang especially when it was raining and once we had looked around we then headed to a barbour so Andy could get his hair cut. It was quite amusing watching Andy try to explain to someone who spoke little English how he wanted his hair cut, I'm glad i didn't risk my hair ...