Hotel Grand Continental
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... was lovely to swim in however there was something that appeared to be stinging us. The afternoon was spent watching a movie then I went walking with Alison. We saw some dolphins in the distance. Tonight was the meet the captain and Gala Dinner. Really lovely dinner, most impressed with the ...
... to be a shark.
We got out of the water, packed up our stuff and then started the long journey back to our resort; I thought I’d remembered them serving lunch until 1.30pm, so we still had enough time to get back and eat.
I was wrong. The kitchen was closed. One of the ladies that worked at the resort offered nachos or cake, but we needed food with substance, we were shaking we were so hungry and did not have the energy to walk back to one of ...
... we had not seen before. I also saw a ray jump clear about 5 feet out of the water which I had not seen before. We returned to the boat then took the dinghy in to shore. Ginette set off to find the waterfall in the area while I went to the local cafe to see if I could find internet. This was a very small fishing village with not much else but a grocer and restaurant, and I enjoyed the serenity of the waterfront cafe and watched the sun fade over the hilltop. My ice tea never ...
... to give me a lift almost back to Kuala Lumper. Have enjoyed his company and he has very kindly invited me to his house for the night to meet his family and then take me to the bus station in the morning to continue my journey. Had a great meal in his local restaurant in his town, Met some of his friends and family who insisted I eat with them. A great bunch of guys even though none of them could speak English except Alan. From here I will spend a few days in Kuala ...
... the only people allowed to live there as they have been there since before it was a national national park. They showed us how they survive, make fire & make their blow darts with poison. We then had a go of blowing a dart & both missed the target! Booked our bus ticket to Kuala Lumpur for tomorrow, 75 ringit each. Also met mini BA Barracas in the jungle, I've attached a ...