Marina Cove Sherwood Resort Lumut
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... James was able to get us help. Phil had tried to fix but with no jack or tools it was a bit impossible. Had a long lunch & waited and the mechanic arrived & was able to fix it thank goodness. Arrived back just before another tropical downpour!
Spent the next two days making sure all was sorted wiht the boat and tucked her up for 3 months ( forgot to take a photo). caught the bus to KL and had a good flight back to the Gold Coast. Had a ...
... ticket and hadn't decided where we would go afterwards. The news sent the adrenalin gushing through my body and I immediately felt my eyes pop out of their sockets and the blood pressure rising as my chest battled to contain my heart, which was now pounding at 180 beats per minute. We went from chilled to super stressed in a matter of seconds. That was a feeling I had last experienced in the corporate world - those last few hours of pushing a major deadline. It had ...
... asked by the bartender to serve the blokes their drinks. Lucky and I were fascinated as we theorized on what we saw. It looked like they were two "working girls"; well that is what our theory was anyway. As we walked home after dinner we were a little depressed that we had a whole day to spend in this place.
The next morning breakfast was ordinary. There was nothing spectacular apart from the cold baked beans. The fruits looked lifeless and colourless, but we managed ...
... spring onion and a type of thick soy sauce with chilli, they were delicious and subject to not being ill, we decided to return in the morning for another plate full.
We only had to walk around the corner to find a cab and were soon whizzing over towards Coral Beach.
We also had the option to hire bicycles from our hotel and cycle to the beach, so we were keen to see what the road was like. As we reached ...
... with seeing all the heritage buildings at night. Amazing. All lit up and such. There is some great heritage here, way better than malaka. Georgetown is also a UNESCO world heritage city. I head back and try to sleep, only to run into the girl that was following us from the ferry stop! Crazy, we all ended up at the same spot! Listening to the tv downstairs, blaring some movie past 12:30. They don't have conventional walls like NA. They are usually made of thin aluminum ...