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TravelPod Member ReviewsImperial Hotel Miri
Over priced food for what you get
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... wróciliśmy na kwaterę- brudni, przemęczeni, poobijani i uśmiechnięci - zakończyliśmy stary rok w dobrym stylu :) Z racji sposobu w jaki zakończyliśmy stary rok- wypadało nowy otworzyć równie orginalnie- wspinananiem, balansowaniem i przeciskaniem się przez jedną z trudniejszych jaskiń w parku - jaskinią Racer. Zabawa była świetna, choć zakończyłam ją z większą ...
We flew to Miri on another 30-min prop plane flight. Seriously, I
love those flights. We found a place to stay, booked a trip to Niah
National Park, and then walked around the city. There was not really a
ton to it, and we ended up going for a swim at the public pool!
Unfortunately, the high-dives were closed (the boards were removed and
there was barbed wire on the ladder) due to people constantly getting
... by a Chinese temple before ending up in little India. Tailors are called 'kleermakers', Portuguese delicacies are sold on the street, Muslim prayer rooms can be found in every public building and restaurants and shops all have those very common small altars used for making Buddhist sacrifices. Georgetown, where I started, was absolutely amazing. Situated on the island of Penang, it offers an old town, a China town, a little India, a beach, a few state of the art ...
... my way through my water supply.
Reaching what seemed to be the top of another hill I gladly sank down on a bench in a shelter, with the lady of the Finnish couple, whilst her partner went on to check out the path to another waterfall. We chatted for a bit whilst I caught my breath and drank the last of my water. The sign said it was only another 1.5 km back to the headquarters so I should be able to make it back ok.
Realizing I should have eaten a bit ...
... store. And Miri now has it's very own Starbucks of course. But my delight doesn't end at the sight of the shoe shop. I make my way to the one other shop that used to deserve a chunk of my salary back then completely on auto pilot. It is still there. The lovely, lovely Popular book store, whereI bought my favourite Sophie Kinsella book 'Can You Keep a Secret?', and many other books of course. They have it on stock. Of ...