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... doors in hopes of getting the security guard's attention. I started knocking on the glass and then waving once I saw him walking towards the door, but he completely ignored me. I searched for a door one last time and came back to see someone new had entered the gym.
I was and am still in shock. Never have I felt so completely ignored. It's as if he thought it was ok to just disregard all of my attempts to get his attention because I ...
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... girl besides us - Sam, who was also going to Zackrys along with Steve, Chris's mate. *******nit. I vowed to go there and try my luck to see if there was any vacancy and ended up just gate crashing Sam's private room - LOVE YOU, SAM. Sam was really awesome and, similarly to Claire (a primary teacher from Oz who still found the time to go around driving in her friends Ferraris and partying with rappers and Rudimental ...), exactly the kind of person I wanted to meet - a cool ...
... list of the other 250 guests???"
....we are plainly marked with an asterisk as 'troublemakers from room 4155 who might give us another bad review'
The Lounge isn't even quite open at this early hour but the hostess manages to get me a cup of coffee, especially for us VIP's. Geez, I should complain about hotels more often :-)
Breakfast is served up at the lounge and J-she isn't hugely impressed. Mainly because there is far too much ...
KL Tuesday 21st -23rd January We took the ferry back to the mainland (Lemut Port) then a 4 hour bus down to KL. The buses here are far more comfortable that in Thailand but don't stop at any food places with toilet breaks. It's good in some ways because you don't find yourself purchasing 3 varieties of Cheetos or fish crackers. However it also means no toilet break!!! Once we arrived, we walked to Chinatown which was just minutes from the bus terminal and secured a ...
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