International Citizen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... had a double bed, hot running water and lights with central heating to match. Needless to say this level of luxury did not last and I steadily 'down sized' until my fourth year. This brings me nearer to the point of this room ramble. During my year of travelling around the World six years ago, my travelling partner and I had a mutual understanding of what/how we wanted to be accommodated: a roof and some water. Needless to say that the 'roof' and 'water' ...
... Grotto) for amazing views of places where you could throw a stone across the canyon; Tianxiang for a cultural walk past some temples and pagodas situated dramatically at the confluence of two rivers; and Lushui, where we walked part of the original 'road’ (about a metre wide) through forests and along the side of cliffs. Amazing.
The next day we carried on, making a stop at the small town of Ruisui, located in ...
Last Tuesday we flew to Singapore to meet our friend Tanya who was flying in from Sydney. We arrived at 1 00 so we decided to leave the airport and get a taxi out to Changi Village ,have some lunch and go for a walk rather than hanging around in an airport until 5.30 in the afternoon. The sky was full of thunder and lightning so we sat put for a while as it passed. We returned to the airport and collected our traveller and headed out to Fraser Village where ...
... middle of the 19th century. There are still many of these floating and stilt houses along rickety docks, but they are greatly diminished from the once large community that was living on the water.
Our last stop of the day is to find a bar for beer and wifi, a bit of a challenge but we manage to find one and get my photos downloaded and e-mail caught up. We return to the ship tired but happy, we really saw a lot of Penang and had a great guide for the day.
... through the crawl-through space of the actuator control box, the lady on the other end of the phone said she was unable to help with our problem. I was pretty down about that, and expected to have to sleep in Skippy with the top down for the next few months. It's not only the sleeping issue, it's also that we can't use the bench top, and every time we need anything, we have to go through the small hutch, and it's a lot harder for Des, being a big guy.