The 5 Elements Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
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... choice about where to eat.
Travel is relatively easy in Indonesia, apart from Bali, where the penchant for using private cars and hiring a car and driver means that the buses have been largely driven out of business, leaving only a 'rump' service. You can still get around by bus, but you have to either plan it well or be patient. Or hire a car and driver, like everyone else. Elsewhere, it's all straightforward, and this continues in Malaysia.
So now well and ...
We have arrived at KL. last year we rode the transit train twice as we couldn't work out the signs. Not very clear. This time we know where we are going although Sharon thought the pictograms of a departing plane was a escalator going up so she was looking for the escalator to take us up to the transit ...
From the Philippines we flew to Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. It's like no other city we've been to as you feel like you've landed in somewhere like New York. A lot of it is very modern and clean but with historic areas around China town and little India that have a really good community spirit. It's a real multi cultural city with influences from India, China, Indonesia and Thailand. Walking around you'll pass Muslim mosques, Hindu ...
... the lights/fountains in the background before the end.
So I bid them farewell, safe travels and thank Mary for contacting me when they were coming to Malaysia, it really was a magical few days and great fun with the family. Ah that family motto springs to mind again...
"Life is what you make it, and we sure make it good".
Farewell Murphy's, give all the family at home my love xxx
... ten minutes to the next bus depot. Finally we boarded a full size bus here where we could stretch out. This bus left the depot around six and had us dropped off in Penang around three that morning. During the ride we crossed the boarder from Thailand to Mayalasia. This was the most harrowing of all our boarder crossings. A long line of traffic with uncontrolled queues met us on the Thai side. On a successful pass of the customs officers questions we re boarded the bus and ...