Miri Marriott Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... for the last 4 weeks! Miri airport looks quite new and is very small. Departures and arrivals seem to be in the same place, until of course you go through immigration into a departure hall where there is a couple of shop, toilets, a prayer room and a coffee shop. We have a 2 hour ish flight to KL and then a long wait for our flight to ...
... guesthouse – you really don’t notice how many stairs there are until you can barely climb them. ouch....ouch....ouch....
There isn’t a lot to write about Miri. It was a bit of a waste of time place in the end (from a tourist perspective) but I was stuck there as I’d had to pre-book my flight out to Kota Kinabalu. I spent three days exploring the town slowly and trying to loosen up my very sore legs. It was hard not to show the grimace on ...
Our bus arrived in Miri in the evening, so after a bite to eat we had an early night and spent the next day lazing around before me and Anna explored a bit of the area and then sat in a bar playing cards and having a few cheeky afternoon beers. We met some Americans who work on helicopters in Brunei and they got a few more drinks in for us, so we stumbled home at about 9 pm :-/ Miri is another big town, there is lots of money here because of ...
... within minutes, a friendly person stopped to give me a lift back to town!
His name was Jeff and he explained that he worked in the prison near Lambir, this week on the night shift, which is why he was driving around in the middle of the day. He was actually on his way to the gym as his job requires him to stay fit. We exchanged phone numbers and facebooks, before he dropped me off in town. New friends are easily made in Malaysia!
That evening though, it was finally ...
... to have my wonderful helper who comes in for three hours every day and cleans, cooks and irons just about everything. However, meeting Rosie and seeing her work made me think there might need to be some inservice training exchange between Brunei and Vietnam - Rosie's knicker folding trick had to be seen to be believed and will leave me forever dissatisfied with my underwear drawer, unless I can remember how she did it and train my helper to do the ...