Panorama Regency Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
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... selling refreshments. After the bridge walk, we knew we had to figure out a way to communicate with Kamal if we were going to accomplish anything the rest of the day. Taking advantage of one of his four English phrases, we asked him to take us to a shopping mall and wait while we went inside . . . we found a coffee shop with wifi, and we used one of C's iPhone apps to download a series of useful English-Indonesian word translations that ...
... of a wide variety of trees in the jungle there has made the 15th the signature hole of the course.
Lory had talked to Beth her business office manager at the Rumbai International School, about her need to scan a new marriage certificate and send it to Desiree at ISS. Beth and the office staff got very excited about an expat wedding on their turf. In no time, Beth, Fitri and Joyce were designated as bridesmaids. When I got to the school after golf, Fitri said ...
Selamat Tinggal, Rumbai
Six years is a lifetime in the Jungle
Early morning walks in the dark
to the tune of the Night Jar – chonk, chonk, chonk
Sparkling stars – charting the path of the moon
The thrill of sighting a Civit Cat
An eight foot Python stretched across the road
The startling snort of Wild Pigs as they race to safety in the jungle
One bold boar ...
... into the chariot and ride for a while, but soon leaps out and races up the fairway or wanders off into the rough for some great smells. This morning Chandi was particularly energetic! I picked up my caddy Oyen at the Club House and drove to the third hole where I met my golf buddy Nasril for our usual five holes, hole #3 through #7. My game was particularly atrocious today. On a good day I am a bogie golfer, but I three putted for a double bogie on the par ...
I had two objectives in pekanbaru.
One, to find a kris manufacturer and to pick his brains. After at least a dozen enquiries I conclude there; is very little english spoken in town; kris now means any sort of knife; and there is no craftsman in town. And not any local interest either. Even the blacksmith I found uses oxy acetalyn to ...