My Chew Jetty Homestay
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( I'm not going to write much about today because there isn't much to write about.) Today I woke up by dad talking loudly to me. I didn't want to get up but I had to so we could catch the bus. We had to get ready quickly and head down to breakfast, for breakfast I had scrambled eggs, a Danish, 2 cups of orange juice, a sip of dad's PINK ( I can't believe dad has been seen drinking something pink! ) guava juice and some wedges. Dad had a bit of everything except the ...
It feels good, so good to be here, with my dearest friend Aryan. I dive in the shower and chuck on my dress to leg it down to meet him. I see him nursing a pint of Guinness and I creep up and squeeze his shoulders. The greeting is warm and friendly and with one look in each others eyes, we know that we are about to have an awesome time. Thankfully he is starving too so he downs his very expensive Guinness and we head to food paradise. Literally - that is the ...
... looking all over the place, but haven't been able to find his size anywhere) and I took advantage of the shopping hour to increase the number of items in my travel wardrobe as well. Once we left the mall we checked out the ruins of Porta de Santiago and St. Paul's Church. Once back at the hotel we enjoyed the A/C and rested for the night.
Day 2 & 3 were a loss as they needed to be spent planning and ...
... have seen of Malaysia was really well developed and familiar, except for maybe the Cameron Highlands. We chose to stay near the west coast of peninsular Malaysia and in these areas, remnants of British rule are evident in the number of English speaking people. For this reason, the travel we chose to do in Malaysia was really easy. While we are excited to move on and visit Thailand next, we are not ruling out the possibility of coming back to see Borneo, ...
... At this point, just as the sun rose to its highest point, we began to walk down the hill. The walk is very pleasant, with great scenery and the opportunity for monkey spotting. That is, of course, if you don't have bad knees. By the end of the walk, Sharon was struggling with some of the steeper sections, and occasionally resorted to walking backwards down the hill. At the bottom, we had a brief look at the botanical gardens before catching the number 10 bus back ...