Seri Pengantin Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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So we left Pt Klang and started heading down the freeway and as the batteries in Skippy had been flat, we had to do a bit of driving to charge them. We were motoring along when all of a sudden Des slammed on the brakes and yelled something unintelligible and everything in the cabin went flying, all I could hear was "bang, bang, bang" as we hit the first speed hump on the highway, then the second and came down crashing onto the road. "What ...
... functioning ATM and got more RM. The worst part of this is that we wandered pretty far in order to do it and then didn't go back and buy the perfect backpack that we had found back in China Town. We should have and we are regretting it. Hoping we will see one like it at the markets in Thailand.
... Jerentut took around 2 hours. At Jerentut bus station we had to try and find onwards bus travel to the Cameron Highlands. The company that we were hoping to use said that they was not going today, only tomorrow. It looked like we would have been heading to KL until the locals stepped in to help us. They suggested that we take 3 local buses to get to the Cameron Highlands and we would save money. We decided to go for it and jumped on the bus to Benta. It was a happy bus, we were stuck ...
... So after being in and out of all of the restaurants, we finally found it. It happened to be the first one that we sat down in! We decided to flash our cash and order a burger, sweet and sour chicken, rice and keoy teow soup. It was delicious. We then headed back to the room and FaceTimed home for Cerys birthday presents. They made us jealous by showing cake and telling us of what they were having for dinner. We have an early start tomorrow so we nodded off to ...
... questions and loaded discussions. With that we made it to the textile museum and then the KL miniature city exhibit. It was nice to learn about lighter subjects for awhile. After another delicious indian meal of roti chani and my introduction to a "dinosaur" (This tasty iced chocolate drink made with Milo!!!) and some fun bargaining for some knock offs I made my way straight to bed. My last day in KL I decided to take the MRT to then end of the line and see the Batu caves. They ...