Malihom Private Estate
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... were all around the place. We spotted a couple in the tree in the middle and they had some inside for people to see. Otherwise it wasn't very impressive. On our way to back the hostel it started ******* down so we were getting soaked and lost trying to get our way back. After who knows how long we eventually found our way back and went inside to dry off and wait for the rain to stop. It was about 4:30 by now and I ...
... as the previous temple, but has a special place in the spiritual lives of the Chinese living here.
Time for more street art and it seems that cats are a popular theme, although we are not sure what the poor cats did to upset Bruce Lee so much. There were also giant paintings of cats and a cat with a rat offering him a mouse. The minions got very excited as we found some minion themed art, but they couldn't get near some of it due to the ...
... prohibited, muffins OK). Regrettably during the five-hour flight from Singapore to Perth there was a strange aroma in the air akin to a mixture of shrimp and toilets. I would expect a flight on Tiger Airways to smell like tigers, not like shrimp and toilets. Ah well, the sunset was absolutely spectacular (it’s not often you get to see a beautiful sunset from above the clouds) and the entire vacation was fabulous, so a little eau de toilette wasn't a big deal, tigers or not.
... was being held at the home of Nancy and Per; Nancy was an American who had lived in China and spoke fluent Mandarin and Per was her Danish husband. They lived on the 39th floor of a glitzy high-rise apartment building on the waterfront in Straights Quay – the views from their balconies were absolutely stunning. We were able to see fireworks going off all around Georgetown and could see the sparkling lights of the mainland reflecting on the water. I felt a bit like I was ...
... temperature was pretty low for Indonesia so the freshwater shower I'd been looking forward to was nice but not as refreshing as it perhaps could have been. The guys in the group climbed up the waterfall to a swimming hole, the girls were worried about slipping on the rocks which was fair as it wasn't the easiest of climbs. Soon enough, V had us jumping off a rock into the swimming hole and some people, including Matty, were jumping out of a tree. It wasn't ...