Inca Utama Hotel & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
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... do a 12 pubs on it and have rules for every round, only one rule actually worked out though and that was the foreign accent round. Elaine did an American accent and she ended up chatting to this lad at the bar who was actually from America! What are the chances like! We stayed in the bar drinking and tearing up the dance floor for the next few hours. Myself and Elaine nearly lost our lives when Talk Dirty came on (as we did a routine to that song for Panto two years ago) ...
... We saw tons of wild llamas and had incredible views of the mountains. We arrived to a small lake surrounded by snow-capped mountains. We first figured out which mountain was Pico Austria, which we would be climbing the next day, and then set up our camp. And man, it was ******* cold. I felt just barely prepared and decided I would sleep the night in all my clothes inside my sleeping bag. It was already getting ...
... matter how hard I try I can't see Sheeno's dad going to his Old Belvo matches next year proudly donning this massive Inca jumper. I treated myself to a red backpack with all those inca designs on it for $10 but the straps broke after 20mins. Probably served me right. I was trying to be cool getting one that looked good even though the quality was ****. Your man who sold it to me was an absolute crook as well and wouldn't budge when it came to bartering. I ...
... conditions of the road ahead.
It was then on to the real part of the 'Death Road' that is closed off to cars (however some still use it). This section is all on grave and very narrow with steep drop off. This is where the real fun began and Mr Jay Wilson let loose. Even the other guys in the group commented that they thought they were going fast and then Jay went zooming past them.
Every so often we would stop for a break and there was a chance ...