Renaissance Kota Bharu Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... back down to 11th best on the mountain.
We left after a good breakfast for the drive out of Kota Bharu and found ourselves driving through rubber plantations, with workers carving away at the bark to drain the latex sap into little pots, a technique that hasn’t changed since the invention of rubber.
Our Test-section, called The Tour de France as it is used regularly by cycle racers, ran smoothly, and very ...
... in the ridiculously warm water directly under the ridiculously warm sun.The heat, it seemed, was even too much for the tiny purple jellyfish who took no interest in the human bodies in the sea, more intent on abandoning their own lives on the beach at high tide. And the heat was certainly too much for us.
Not that we noticed of course. Not until it was too late. Back home by 5pm any normal couple might have been happily dressing for ...
... when you are in paradise, but it could pose a problem when nature calls. There aren't any windows in the bathroom, the only source of light is from opening the front door, which is directly infront of the bathroom door, solution- wee with both doors open! We were on the end so nobody would be walking past (hopefully), and you can see the sea when you wee. Once we were sorted, we made a B line for the beach, which was about 10 seconds away from our front door. We sat on ...
... local or Western and off we go. Its only maybe a 2 minute drive until we get to a huge supermarket and shopping complex with outside food stalls and an indoor food court, out we jump and let him know we'll walk back even though he offered to come back and get us. As lunch had been a tube of Pringles we were starving and wanted curry, there was a really popular looking place in the food court in the supermarket. A bit of a shame we could understand anything other ...
We set off on our journey to the Perhentian islands cradling 4 small bottles of whiskey and a fruit cake. The whiskey was for the island, we knew it would be too expensive to buy alcohol there, and the fruit cake - that was to keep us fed for the journey. A mini bus picked us up from our guesthouse and instead of transferring to a bigger bus, we stayed in the minibus for over 6 hours to the Kuala Besut jetty, all the way we were asking ourselves "why oh why couldn't it have ...