Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was more lovely was the calm and quiet that surrounded it. Whether in the park with lots of green and a water park for kids, or Starbucks (you have to give in to Western wants sometimes) or the fact that no one batted an eyelid when the tube home never showed up and we waited another 15 minutes for the next one. Combined with the heat, walking round KL only leaves you feeling a bit slower in the pace of life, content and at ease (obviously a very different experience to the ...
Before arriving in India, there are a few lasting thoughts from China that I can’t continue without sharing…. I didn’t mention it in any of my posts from the week, but the smog in Beijing was worse than I imagined. I had read reports of the air pollution but what that meant in reality was a bit foggy to me (ha, pun :) ). Our hotel was the tallest building in Beijing with supposedly the best view, but I can’t confirm ...
... competition against Viv but I was swimming under the water. Viv was winning, so we changed it to both swimming normally. And we were so close that we couldn't figure out which one was faster. So we asked mom to take a video. Then Oleg joined us and he was so much faster than we were. Quite impossible to believe it. So we banned him from competing with us (he was also looking quite exhausted, so it was only for his own good). Viv was actually very good as well and he gave me a run for ...
Today was a very early start, leaving the hotel at 6:45am to travel to the neighbouring province to play the regional hockey championship school. The drive took about two hours and for once we didn't get lost, though to compensate for not being late the bus driver did manage to drive into the school gate. No real damage to the bus but a little to the gate!
The school we played was Tunku Besar and we were killed with kindness during our time ...
... eased his vehicle into the hotel fore court and we had arrived! There were so many people whose job seems to be to greet you and look after you on arrival. We were given hibiscus tea and led to the check in. The staff here are really curious, friendly and take a pride in doing their job well. Our room is luxurious. We were greeted there with orchids and fresh fruit! We really feel they want you to enjoy ...