Lexis Port Dickson
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... about a dollar each, and head over to the other side of the island for a swim in the South China Sea. Sitting on the beach, hardly a soul to be seen, a couple of drinks, magic. After the swim we find a nice little beachside food stall doing satays and chicken wings. A little pisang goreng, or fried banana as an after topped off lunch, $2 well spent. Having driven the length and breadth ...
... pills and a couple of drinks and it wiped me out for five hours. Flight was full with no apparent apprehension showing from fellow passengers. 15 hour stopover so we booked a room for 12 hours which feels quite civilised. I got a back massage which was mostly just painful. And discovered Lucie had smuggled a care package in my carry on. Very well received. We meet Sandra in Paris ...
... news' is, we are tourists and get a card that gives us 10pct off our next purchase. Like gamblers chasing their losses we walked around for 30 minutes looking for a EUR 50 item that we could get EUR 25 off!!! We walked to the cathedral and took shelter in a pub on route for a beer to avoid a rain shower. Hardened Cathedral visitors that we are, we found the cathedral underwhelming. Stained glass windows had modern sharp lines and the arched roof had ...
... to his hostel). Hayden showed me his dorm room last night. It confirmed what I had come to realise, the Regge Mansion is the place that has built the bunks along the wall so you each have your own private capsule type space. My place is more of a tradition hostel with its bunks. When I got back from the F1 I found my room empty for the first time. From the new names on the door it'll be full soon enough but the empty room allowed me to take photos of the room at last. ...
... then there was only block print batik. Today there is a lovely hand print on silk. Bugger the scarves got me, another couple to add to my collection and a couple more presents done. Then finally onto the Batu Caves which is why I picked this tour. There are 275 stairs up to the Hindu shrines inside the limestone cave. I guess I just do to want to leave India. The stairs are quite steep and there are monkeys everywhere. Here was a festival here 3 days ...