Mines Wellness Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and although no where near as tall as some of the buildings we had seen in Shanghai and Hong Kong they are by far the most impressive and stylish we have seen. After a day exploring and walking miles in the ridiculously humid heat we ended it on the long, vibrant food street of Bukit Bintang once again having some seriously good food. The following day we visited little India which was literally like being in Mumbai! Almost ...
SUNRISE EARLY MORNING ADELAIDE
Sim and Deb had faithfully got up early on a Saturday morning and were there to welcome us home. It was so good to see them again.
After Sim and Deb left I went to bed about 9am ...
This was it... Just one more day and I'd be going back home.
Today was also the day I was going to hang out with Janning and Benson and visit the KL Bird Park and go eat Japanese for the last time hehe.
The Bird Park was really nice. Not the best (Singapore is better, I've been told), the animals didn't always look their best, but it was a nice park.
We missed the Hornbill ...
... view of the plane as it was taking off. A fairly horrendous idea if you don't like flying as it reminded you that you were on an aeroplane! Dad, you would have loved it and probably have given a running commentary of what was happening! I tried not to look and before I knew it we were in the air. The journey to KL was 12 hours and it was so hard to sleep, despite all the red wine! We arrived, zombified at KL international and took the train(s) to our hotel. Quite a mission with ...
I understand that for most of us more than 10 days away from work is impossible; forget about 6 or 3 or even a month off. I know our economy is set up such that our white collar job is often unequal in remuneration to the western world’s blue collar job and we certainly do not live in a Welfare State. These are the cards we’ve been dealt. Notwithstanding, it is possible to have meaningful, enriching travel experiences in ...