Pearl View Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we had our own bottle of water). Every time she walked past us after that she made sure to give us a stare with murderous eyes, it was quite unnerving. Who knew not ordering a soft drink could put you on someone's death list? We made a hasty retreat after our soup!
Early evening we met up with Daniel and Jonny from the train and a ...
... would cure my appetite problems I thought this would. The Red Hat Auntie had a reputation for being somewhat of a soup Nazi (remember Seinfeld) so I needed to approach her carefully so as not to antagonize her. As you can see in the video she was not too friendly but she wasn't angry either.
Well it took a few minutes to get served. It didn't look like much, but I can tell you that this was one of the most amazing things ...
... strawberry daiquiri and two beers to reward ourselves as well. We headed into the night market once more in the evening to go and enjoy the hawker food. Before we did, I had to sneak away and buy Darren's present without him knowing. He had spotted a new alarm clock but didn't get it and I put him off the idea of getting purely so Colm and I could buy it as a present for him to say thank you for the hotel treat and for a great week. The present brought, I expressed my feelings of ...
... the place was overflowing with large groups of families waiting for tables. It was a nice touch though that the place didn't cram in as many tables as the could, it was really relaxed and nice. And the food was awesome. Twice cooked pork belly with chilli padi, clay pot aubergine which was out of this world, fried rice and David had steamed egg which he said was divine. Both had lime juice, and the grand total was RM59 (about $20). Then off ...
... traps but here it really did not have that feel, more like a group of people following the same path. We stopped for lunch at a really lovely restaurant that was very colonial looking and ate tapas. The food was actually gorgeous. In the afternoon we wandered along the Malaka Straits sea and took in the afternoon sun. Not for the first time on this blog, I will mention the heat. It was reaching 35 degrees and pushing for 40 and the humidity was 100%. Which made it ...