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... not finding anywhere on the main road we turned down a side street, and into a decidedly more disreputable section of town. Karaoke bars and run-down hotels lined the sides of the street, with girls in short clothes lounging around outside.
Once we were moving again we managed to get straight through the border with barely a question asked, Lu having already spoken to the border guards, although a few girls did get quizzed as to what they'd been doing in ...
... at the side of the road , no phone and no transport .. looked like being a bleak night and a very long walk home . However we were rescued by a kind local man who came out of his house in his sarong and offered to give us a lift . He took us back to his home across the road where his wife made us a cold drink whilst he got dressed and got the car out . He and his 2 young children then took us the 20 minute ride back to our hotel ,, what a truly hospitable man he was .
... this time, although the boat did look a lot like a floating tin can. It didn't worry me too much though, as I located all emergency exits before finding our seats. As per usual, someone was already sitting in them and we had to kindly ask them to move. There always seems to be a confusion with numbered seats in Asia, aren't roman numerals meant to be universal?
It was a short one and half hour ...
... modern with its own bathroom and a/c. It is amazingly picturesque, you can sit on the verandah and watch the surf ten feet away, beach right up to your front door. As a consequence, we've adopted the 'Lilt' lifestyle, chilling out on the beach. Yesterday was a little overcast so we decided we would frequent one of the many many dodgy DVD stalls and pick up a film to watch on our room DVD player. Our run of luck ended finding the guesthouse. The police ...
Hello! Just arrived in Georgetown, Penang. Going to spend a couple of nights here then head up into Thailand. George town is a nice city with lots of old british style buildings. There are hawker stalls everywhere so the food is very cheap! Its also very ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTune Hotel Kulim
The place was good, clean and worth the price. It is located next to the famous Landmark Mall which has a Giant Supermarket, Many eateries and a cinema theatre too. They are also currently renovating and soon would open up a Old Town White Coffee outlet right below the hotel. The Wifi is also fast and reliable.
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