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... the girls most of the sunbathing. On the way back we called in at a supermarket to get supplies for tonight's dinner which the girls are now preparing. It promises to be a sumptuous feast of chicken, potatoes and veg. Lauren and I are actually sick of eating in restaurants so it will no doubt be a welcome change.
The photo that I've uploaded is of Graces's living room. Unfortunately the quality is decidedly questionable as I took it on my tablet.
There can be fewer more joyful notions when you move abroad, than finding out that v special friends are also moving to the same neck of the woods (so to speak) and that you may even find you can cover the distance to see them in less time than it takes to drive from Devon to Salisbury (give or take a few hours!). And so it was that the plan for this Tet (Chinese New Year) Holiday was a visit to the recently arrived Commander of Her Majesty's Forces ...
... us through her house. We give her a bag of sugar. It consists of a large living room with ceramic tiles and all the modern style furniture.is pushed against the walls. There is a large flat screen TV and a Karaoke machine with huge speakers. Up stairs is a large area that his been split in to 3 rooms but by the amount of dust and cobwebs these rooms have not been used for years.The family sleep in the main room downstairs on mats.
From the large ...
... where we said our farewells to Richman and headed straight out to the handicraft centre we had visited the previous day to buy the souvenirs we had contemplated overnight!
After a quick freshen up, we ventured out to Ming Cafe, a bar we had spotted the day before and which Richman had confirmed as a good place to go for food & drinks! We decided to treat ourselves to cocktails as they were 'Buy 1 Free 1' and ordered 4 different ones to try (confirming we would ...
... At lunchtimes, groups of work colleagues eat together and at night it is mostly extended families. It is common to see three generations eating out at restaurants. The only couples we have seen eating out look to be on a date.
Eating is a big deal. Since blogging about the magnificent cuisine in Melaka we have discovered the live seafood restaurants of Borneo. Pick what you fancy from the tanks and then anticipate melt in your mouth butter and coconut ...
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Lot 3678, 2.6 Km, Jalan Maulana, Kuala Belait | 1 star hotelfrom $196