Vistana Hotel Kuantan
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... with Phil Garratt’s Chevy Coupe in second – Bill posted a best time of 4:07, Phil Garratt was on 4:18, but the challenge of the Alvis from Rudi Friedrichs went down the gulley today when he slid wide on a tight left hand bend, missing a ditch by inches and finishing a few inches from the feet of the film-unit, who then had the job of towing out the Alvis… which then stormed off, still ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... was due any change. For the sake of 40p he decided not to argue!
The plan now is to get a bus to Mersing in the morning and then, hopefully on the same day, get a ferry to Pulau Tioman.
One advantage of spending the night in Kuantan is that we got to see the most amusingly named Chinese establishment probably in the whole of Malaysia!
... bound to be misery, and the greater the attachment, the greater the misery.” Needless to say I couldn’t help but evaluate my attachment to “my stuff” at home and even now with the abundance of things I am traveling around with, and how miserable it makes me feel. I do have moments when I am harmonious and I am prepared to toss everything but it takes diligence to keep the equanimity and I feel the difference when I apply what I’ve learned vs. my ...