Swiss-Garden Resort & Spa Kuantan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the walk up was tough on the lungs my two greatest fears were coming back down and running out of water. We had cleverly only brought slightly over 1.2 litres between the two of us. Bad planning on two counts as I normally drink double that on walks and I didn't put my knee brace on. Well the view from the top of Bukit Teresik was well worth it (thank goodness as the pair of them were threatening to kill me). 344 ...
... with a sign that said "Kuantan" said they actually had tickets there, we went by taxi to the “real” bus station and boarded a bus about a half hour after we got there.
Upon arrival in Kuantan we took a taxi to our guesthouse. Because of its size, Kuantan does not have a bus system so our only means of travel was by taxi. Thankfully everything was relatively close so we mostly ended up walking everywhere. The first night we walked around a bit and ...
... you see that a family live in a small wooden hut washing clothes in a bowl and the kids are filtering through rotting rubbish on the streets for food, we are so incredibly lucky. Unfortunately I have taken a lot of photos so far but my iPad won't upload them to the blog at the moment so some of them are on my Facebook. I've taken a few video clips but these won't upload to Facebook at the moment either so most photos will go on once I'm home. So what have I learnt ...
... us and was having more fun then us I think then volunteered to hold a snake. We took some photos and he was very excited. We continued through the park and stopped at some Bunnies. With thoughts of Monty Python we headed in to look at the cute little bunnies. We fed them some carrots and then Anthony caught one for me to hold. I know Rabbits are not the most exotic animals but they are pretty cute. Unfortunately the Sun bear that use to live in Deerland had passed away so ...
... distance buses stops for us and agrees to take us to Kauntan for 10 ringgit each – double the price, obviously straight in the driver’s pocket, but it got us moving. A ticket for KL was easy to sort out and within 20 mins of arriving in Kauntan, we were on the road. We both agreed that travel days at least give you some purpose and we were both looking forward to getting on the road with Pam and Atik for a bit of ...