Palm Garden Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... written down the name of one of the metro stations nearby to the hotel. Unfortunately we hadn't taken in to consideration the fact that it was not 22:15 and the ticket office would be closed. Instead we were faced with a metro map and electronic ticket machines. We must of looked lost because a lady came over to us straight away and asked us where we were going. We told her we weren't too sure and couldn't pronounce the name of the station. I got up the station details on my phone ...
... section, the seats are comfortable though small and the leg room is just ok. The cost of the samsung tablet with movies on it is $25. We don't bother getting one. The plane is full and Ash is in a seat a distance from us. She managed to have a spare seat next to her. I get out my book and ipad, headphones and glasses and I am ready and happy for the long flight. We order some meals but only mine, a Bryani is palatable. ...
Having said our farewells to the girls the previous evening as they were up before the crack of dawn to catch their flight back to Bangkok, we got up at a slightly more dignified hour and prepared ourselves for our longest day of travel yet.
We left our hotel on Koh Lanta at 9am in a minivan filled with locals to make the first leg of our journey south; two car ferries and 3 hours of driving later we arrived at Trang bus station just after mid-day. After a quick ...
... 330 meters high, and another lift episode. I was sure it was only 40 seconds in the lift and maybe 5 minutes phaff each end, but by the time we got to the top, it was dark, and KL was all lit up which was lovely. We had a wander round, saw the towers all bright and twinkly, but the best part was the spider! There he was, on the outside of the window, 330 meters above the ground, spinning his web, minding his own bees wax, just maxin' relaxing' nothing too taxin'! What!! ...
... I was the sole passenger who boarded a local bus, Route L11("Yes, yes, it comes every half hour"), which took me into the heart of Putrajaya, a federal capital territory just like Canberra
I believe the town planner who designed Putrajaya ought to be sued by the corpse of Walter Burley Griffin for pinching his designs for Canberra. There is an artificial lake which the city surrounds. There is a Northbourne Avenue (Persiaran Perdana), an impossibly wide ...