Manikar Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... So, we waited and waited. It was now 30 minutes before scheduled departure and nothing. In the end we just decided to go through and saw that there were a number of people on our flight in the boarding lounge. The flight never was called through security.
The flight boarded and again was almost empty.The flight left on time and we were on our way to Dubai.
... up and then at 8pm local time (10pm AEST) the plane out of Brunei headed towards Melb took off. I watched Batman Begins and slept for a bit before watching some BBT as the plane circled Melbourne and we saw the pre-dawn city which was beautiful. We landed, I got Lyndal some perfume and I bought some Baileys and Red Label, got our bags then met Cral at the maccas carpark and ate a large mcmuffin with bacon on the drive home ...
... They didn't look good. After the markets I started to walk to the royal regalia museum which wasn't too far away. I quickly popped my head in a small temple on the opposite side of the road from the market along the way. Even though the walk didn't take me that long to get to the museum I was sweating my **** off. It was so hot. I was so happy walking into the nice air conditioned museum. I sat down for five minutes to cool down and wait for the Chinese tour group to ...
... out onto the busy roads again to drive to Tutu's house along Jalan Muara. She lives in a lovely big house with a green and leafy garden , and a comfortable seating area outside.
Her husband David works at the University.Tutu had cooked a delicious vegetable lasagne and chocolate gooey pudding. A Burmese friend of hers was also there for dinner, and there were lots of interesting stories about their recent visits to ...
... in Bangkok are inspirational to The people of Malaysia. There has been murmurings that the Malays should follow suit. It was all really interesting. One thing I have discovered is you can tell a lot about a country based on it's radio commercials. Back home they are mostly consumer or entertainment based. In Malaysia 2 out of 3 are public service announcements ranging from do your homework, follow your dreams, listen to local music, don't waste time on facebook ...