Marbella Hotel, Convention & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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- spent all day driving in terrible conditions
- bus had no air con we all suffered
- hotel nice we walked with tour guide into a famous hotel very grand
- to the lake with monument
- had dinner at a nice place
- we were asleep early
Had a ...
... over to talk to us as some sort of field work. Breakfast the following morning broke the mould from the standard fried rice, fried eggs and cucumber and instead was a ridiculously huge pile of chicken and lamb satay and a type of rice dumpling called longton. The only problem with satay is that the number of skewers on your plate at the end of the meal is a clear giveaway as to how much you’ve eaten, and when I finally stopped it looked like I was trying to ...
... Infact, when we reached the pass and looked at the river and trail below us we were completely blown away by the beautiful landscape. It was quite literally breathtaking and I can honestly say, one of the most stunning scenes I have ever seen. We couldn't stop remarking on it, photographing it, pausing to just 'be' in it. We took countless photographs as the rhododendron was out in abundance, reds, pinks and whites... the last 2 1/2 weeks had been ...
... by 4 walls and a small palace building with a bedchamber upstairs overlooking the bath. The Sultan had 204 wives and he watched the women bathing from his bedchamber before choosing the one he wanted for that night! By the look of him if I had been one of his wives I would have stayed underwater so I wasn't chosen! We then went for some local food to a cheap local's cafe he knew and had chicken soup (bones and all) with crispy fried garlic. Tasty but ...
... Essentially we crossed all those lanes of traffic and stood on the side of the road waiting for an angkot (a very small bus- see picture). I wish I could be more descriptive and report details of how Agus knew which angkot we were to get into to get to our next destination but I have no idea. We weren't at any designated stop or signage on the side of the road and 10 angkots drove past us that all looked the same, but then he started waving at one coming towards us, and sure ...