Grand Continental Kuantan
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... section. So, Paul Merryweather moves up to fourth spot in his Mercecdes 300SE, and Rob Garnsworthy’s yellow Mustang is now fifth. The unlikely Chevrolet Bel Air of John Rich, surely the biggest car in the event, is now running a surprising 7th place in the Classics division.
Mention should be made of the solo entry in the Touring Category. Having fun but not eligible for official ...
As most of the population is Islamic, they prefer cats as pets, as dogs are considered unclean and usually only owned by Chinese, cats are everywhere you look and usually have a crooked tail which is a local genetic trait. (Not purposely broke as we thought at first)
Islamic people can be arrested and locked up for drinking but for other non Islamic Malaysians this law does not apply. As a result drink driving isn't usually checked for ...
... and then after lunch we head off on a small boat cruise with the French couple. We start out across the lakes and then travel up a small tributary. Then we see the most amazing thing ever! Two hornbill birds, they are SO close! Massive birds and they are not scared of us so we watch them for a while. We then continue on ducking under the low branches, it's quite fun. Then we stop and the guide who doesn't speak ...
... instead, saying goodbye to the jungle for now. It took an hour and a half to get to Jerentut and from there we needed to get another bus to Kuantan. The next one wasn’t until 14.30 so we went and sat in a nicely-cooled KFC where we caught up with our personal journals.
The three-hour journey to Kuantan meant that we missed the last bus ...
... map of the village. We headed down to the beach and walked along to a seafood restaurant. I had prawns and Chris had calamari as we were eating dinner we saw a family of horn bills in the palm trees we couldn’t believe it, after all that time trekking through jungles and we didn’t see any and here they are at the beach! After this we went to a nice beach bar for a cocktail and beer. Think it was worth all the hassle of the buses in the end!
Sabina and ...