- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... fishing village before though?”
My nose squished into Gab’s shoulder blade as she stopped in front of a stall selling herbs and dried fruit in small pots. The dark-skinned, bearded man behind the stall’s counter looked please, but he had a bad case of the crazy eyes. He appeared rotund and jolly, with a rough hemp runic wrapped around his swollen stomach. Like his beard, his hair was black, but greasily pressed against the top of his ...
... the river front that they have painted and we thought we would explore that another day . Deciding that there wasn't much else to do and that we would probably get a good view of fireworks from our unit and that the Portuguese Settlement may have something on we headed towards there. We ordered dinner there bought a lantern and wrote a message on it before sending it skyward. It actually went quiet a long way a lot longer than the one we all let ...
... however, even mine, are made of stronger stuff than to be phased by motion sickness. But 40 miles of bends does mean 40 miles of 20mph which meant (I'll do the maths for you) a 2 hour journey just to be free of the hills. Though that two hours was full of beautiful if cloudy, misty views and was more enjoyable than the next 90 mins of solid straight motorway. Which of course had its compensations...a rapid entry into KL. Compensation?
... to the hotel and started figuring out where we were going after KL.
All the options we had come up with for the next few days of travelling started falling apart due to fully booked hotels or hotels that were 3x the price we'd expected so we spent most of day 5 planning.
On our last day in KL we packed up our things and checked out of the hotel. We left our bags at reception and headed out to Batu Caves. The train ride only ...
... One of the best preserved and most decorative is the Baba Nyonya Museum, next door to our guesthouse. "Baba Nyonya" refers to Straits Chinese. These were Chinese merchants who emigrated to Malaya, some as far back as the 16th and 17th centuries. They married local women and as many of them were educated in English, they acted as intermediaries and translators and made a lot of money in business. A lot of them became fantastically rich, and we could see this ...