Mines Wellness Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and of course we went in, as 90% of my clothes seem to come from here. Before we reached the Pavilion, we grabbed some food in the food court in another shopping centre. This window shopping is hungry work. We found a bar and grill, potato skins for Maureen and a sandwich for myself. Two large rather dishes to keep up our energy levels, but even though we were stuffed Maureen could still mange to gobble down a chocolate cupcake from twelve cupcakes. It was ...
... it's a Muslim place they don't sell alcohol anywhere apart from the main city where the shops are and the convenience stores. Bit annoying as curry and beer go so well together. After dinner we walked round the block and stubbed upon a music dance art street show. It was very strange but good for some entertainment. Loads of Muslim countries were taking part including Turkey. Dancing on the stage. They were really good. It's really shocked me how many Muslims are here ...
... legs and watched the sunset. We had really enjoyed our short stop in Kuala Lumpur, certainly not an estuary of mud, but definitely an Asian and Western infused modern city.
Back at our “washing machine” hotel (see the picture) conveniently located near a monorail stop, it was time to say goodnight and prepare for our next stop, the temples of Angkor Wat in ...
... traffic there anyway we were driving through some huge puddles...luckily we were in the car! We were heading to the museum but got there late due to the bad traffic. It was a shame as we only had just under an hour there before it closed so had to rush it a bit. But it was really interesting to see some of Malaysia's history and good having Dzariff there to explain things a bit more too. It was time for more food! We went to a ...
... who was back home from college for Hari Raya. I feel so blessed to have been able to get to know such an confident and knowledgeable woman.
My last few days were filled with food, laughter, and fun. On Monday I finally got to wear the Baju Kurung (Malay Dress) that I had purchased during a Hari Raya sale at Amcorp Mall. I was a little nervous of the looks that I would probably get for wearing something so uniquely Malay, but with the encouragement of ...