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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... highlights - I felt I got a real glimpse into what the local uni students get up to. Everyone was with a group of mates, so it felt pretty odd being the single white guy without any friends. Eventually a young bloke named Jamil welcomed me over to his group, and I partied on with them til about 3:30am. It was a truly 'Asian' party in every sense of the world - the style of techno-house music, the throng of 200-300 locals all either East Asian, sub-continent or Malay ...
... t ready to start building our life at home, we weren't sure we wanted to be in Asia. We spent the day umming and arring about what to do with the trip in general, before deciding to focus on the immediate and make a plan for the next few days. We agreed to pick up where we left off and head back to Penang, home of Malay street food and try to fall in love with our Asian gallivanting once more. (If anything can persuade me, it's good food) GB ...
... slower)! In the afternoon we took a shorter but more laborious route by train to bus transfer to taxi towards a Chinese temple. This is a 7 million dollar human architectural spectacle and was impressively large but surprisingly empty compared to the caves (I mostly blame the accessibility difficulties). Another factor is that this looks like many other Chinese temples, there's no novelty of caves and monkeys! We joined in burning incense and bowing to the ...
... who never does) kept muttering under her breath to turn the phone off. 10 minutes later they hadn't and everyone else in the boat was getting clearly adjatated. Knowing dad would just throw the phone overboard if they kept it up, I got up and walked over to them to say 'do you want to ruin this for everyone else? Can you turn your phone off please' but of course, you don't know English when it's convenient. They did turn it off a little later embarrassed. There was a weird mix ...
... as spectacular as times square but equally just as big. Instead of the famous high street shops it had smaller independent shops and market stalls. Still an interesting browse round and also had a post office where we bought some stamps and where our postcards were sent. We cross the road and headed to a building called Lot, and guess what another shopping centre! The Mayalasian people must love to shop. This must of been torture for Maureen as our bags ...