Palm Garden Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... was a beautiful building and the people were very friendly. Before heading home we enjoyed a nice Chinese meal, surrounded by antiques. We passed the mosque on the way back from the market and heard the evening prayer, noticeably less upbeat that the day prayer we heard earlier. We made it back to the hotel and watched scary movies to celebrate ...
... 8-Mocchi sweets (little Japanese balls with filling) 9-pineapple/watermelon/mango on a stick 10-Thai curries 11-Fried chicken I'll be makin' some of these in case someone wants to stop by. Just not the fruit, I hate peeling fruit! Places where I saw pasteis de nata 1-Kyoto 2-Bangkok 3-Koh Samui 4-Malacca 5-Singapore 6-Kuala Lumpur We came, we saw, we conquered. Portugal has a better world domination strategy than Putin. The cheapest 1-Thailand 2-Japan 3-Malaysia Thailand ...
... counter staff into allowing us an extra seat between us. Pushing our full trolley of bags and carrying a very dazed and confused Indy we approached the counter to what seemed like a polite, friendly, young girl. In his cheery voice Adrian asked if the flight was busy...but was totally ignored by the girl...I say a little louder and clearer, thinking she didn't hear him "So is it a busy flight tonight?" After a long pause and Adrian and I looking at each other confused ...
... I've realised that the trip did cost me about £3K higher than I thought as about £3.5K was prepaid before I've left plus Ann's oyster repayments understated total costs. When Viv was back home in the evening, I was still feeling depressed and bored with myself, so I ended up in tears (so ice cream didn't help). Viv reasoned with me and calmed me down. Here a stronger cure was needed - a bottle of wine did help. We also watched some videos by ...
... This place was amazing and we spent half our money on fake items as gifts and a new suitcase to replace the pink bag. I was very happy to find a bargain price for a lovely red 'Samsonite' suitcase that has four fully functioning wheels and after some serious bartering we got it for 130 ringgit or about £26 in Gilbert's exchange rate. We found a great food court and sampled some of the clay pot rice and chicken while listening to Bob Marley which was yummy. Then we haggled ...