Lone Pine Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... ride back to the hotel ... I actually fell asleep. The jet lag had set in. We wanted to go to the night market ... all kinds of knock off purses, clothes, etc. We will go back there another night ... we are too exhausted.
Got back to the hotel, unpacked a little, Skyped with the boys and then got a great night sleep.
We decided to go to the night market for dinner and a shop, catching the 101 bus straight there. In a lot of places here you will see signs saying 'hotline spad' asking you to report speeding drivers to their company; one way of keeping them honest. Which reminds me that I need to further digress, yesterday whilst sightseeing dad happened to look down a drain (which by the way happen to be massive) and saw a monitor lizard, by the time he screamed my name to take ...
... the pun) and headed to Penang Hill. Penang Hill is 833 meters above sea level, and is made famous by its unique railway train and cooler highlands. The view to the top looked amazing and we caught a cable car up to the top which took only a few minutes. We could of walked it up but it would of taken around four hours and we did enough walking yesterday, our muscles were still aching. On the way up, we saw one of the older cable cars and boy were we happy in our hi tech one. We ...
... to life. You grab yourself a table in the middle, each with a table number, there are waitresses who come and take your drinks orders and you go up to the food hawkers that take your fancy, order your grub, give your table number, and within a few minutes your food will be brought to your table and you just pay for the food as you go along. You can take as long or as little time as you like, we would make it last out a couple of ...
... he'd lived in Birmingham for quite some time but was now back in Malaysia to try his hand at the cafe and extremely expensive juice business. He's also here to push some multi-faith mumbo jumbo, I mean message, under the guise of 'the science of spirituality'. We're back to oxymorons aren't we. To be fair, he didn't push it down our throats though he did show us some unlikely finger movements meant to relieve tiredness, my PVD, Arsenal's inability ...