Hansa JB Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Rachel an Ryan with their 1½ year old son Asher (Americans). The trail starts at an altitude of 1540 meters and ends at the top of mount Batu Brinchang (2031 meters). This trail exists mostly of numerous enormous root systems and leads trough a dense forest. We reached the top after a climb of nearly 1½ hour.
From the top we followed the road which leads to one of the tea plantation. Just before we arrived at the main road we got a lift from 2 local ...
... starting their day. This place had 6 or 7 varieties and without knowing the intricate differences between them, I did the next best thing - asked for a bog standard Nasi Lemak and hoped for the best. I wasn’t disappointed, and accompanied with a hot and punchy Kopi O, I was ready to take a walk around Penang. In addition to its wide variety of food choices, Penang is also well known for its strategic location on the Straits of ...
... or anything which resembled somewhere to get food or more importantly a drink. Finally we spotted a McDonald's and with bags feeling heavier than they have felt so far it was a relief to see those Golden Arches. You definitely know you are in a place of unrest when you have to pass through metal detectors and be searched before you go in to McDonald's. There was no way they were going to let us in with our bags so we were very quickly back to square one. I left Matty ...
... A fridge full of Tiger Beer awaited us so we refreshed ourselves and set about the array of documentaries on the TV. We watched Black Fish, about the mistreatment of Orcas at Sea World which wasn't as good as we'd hoped but I'd still recommend it, even if just for the shocking stories it portrays. A few Tigers later we were eager to test our double beds so retired to our chambers to enjoy the home comforts we were now missing so ...
... to meet the Cambodian prime minister for tea. An eye opener definitely into some one who sees the world in a complete different way to me. Whether he was an intelligence officer, we'll never know. He left saying his name was Al and then telling us it was a fake name... Finally leaving Starbucks we went exploring, found loads of counterfeit shops. Bought a couple of presents. Had our first Mc Donald's for 2 months for dinner. Time to catch our bus to Kuala Lumpur 12 hours to ...