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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... district of the city, bursting with sky scrapers and malls, all glowing golden and neon in the dark, and so different to the rest of Indonesia that they might as well have been on the surface of the moon. Security guards on perimeter of the hotel stopped the taxi and checked the underneath with mirrors and peered into the glove compartment before waiving us on to the entrance where suited doormen opened the car doors for us to climb out. Perhaps we should have also asked them ...
... crossed Europe and Asia. I am sure I will regret this when I am back in a cold airport in the UK, but what the hec, I will just have to layer up.
The journey to the airport was interesting and far less straightforward than anticipated. Firstly the Manila traffic jams delayed the jeepney and the bus. In the end, I got out and walked….to the wrong terminal. Another jeepney later, I managed to get to terminal 4. Nothing ...
When I left Ao Nang I didn't think I would see my travel buddies again but as luck would have it was reunited with Sophie and Zac in Kuala Lumpur. They were staying in a crummy guest house and had warned me as much, but I chose to stay there anyway as it saved me making a decision about where to stay! I got my own room which was basic but appeared to do the job until I found bed bugs wandering around the bed. ...
... these things done on the road compared to western doctors and dentists and the facilities are just as good if not better. I was quoted $4000 in Australia to remove a fragment of tooth and repair a tooth where my crown had fallen off, since I have been waiting to visit the dentist in KL the fragment fell out naturally and since the broken tooth is causing me no problems and already has the root canal done the dentist told me there was no problem just to live with it, ...
... to go back to the station. I walked out of the gate and stopped a couple of taxis, but the driver refused to give me a ride, because the railway station was too close (too far to walk, though). Next driver told me to pay MYR10 without using the meter. When I went to FRIM by taxi, I paid MYR7 for the taxi fare, so I didn't want to pay MYR10, leving the taxi without saying anything. I didn't know why ...