The Orient Star Resort Lumut
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Lumut
... than I thought. However the girls in the marina office were great and when I told them I had
finished, Akina replied ‘can’t leave now you have to give 2 weeks
notice!’ managed to get it away and
hopefully it will be well used.
In the meantime poor
Phil was flat out & in this heat we break for lunch 2 hours as he needs the
break. Forgot to mention that in
preparation for being on ...
... butterflies in the tummy, the pounding heart rate & that feeling you get when you're not sure if your next step will still land you on solid ground. This is the story of life I guess. It was an early Sunday morning when we left Salvador and headed to São Paulo. It was a short two hour flight after which we waited ten hours for our international flight to Malaysia. Our runny tummies served as a good distraction while we waited. We took turns to look after ...
... in for a shock of our lives. It looked nothing like the pictures on Agoda. This place was run down and looked like no one stayed there. It had an eerie feeling when we checked in. As we walked up to our room we could see the swimming pool 3 floors below us and it looked terrible. When we went into our rooms we found tiny crawlies of ants in on our bed so we swapped rooms. The second room was a lot nicer and we decided to spend the afternoon relaxing and resting. Soon it was ...
... dripping within minutes. As we sat there melting we talked about how we felt about the prospect of going home as the time is really ticking now.
We came to the conclusion that yes we will be ready to go home in April but we both felt as though there was so much more that we wanted to see in our last few weeks. After our final dinner we packed our bags one more time and got ready for another day of ...
... millipede curled up on the ground. As Andrew was taking a picture of it a piece of fruit came rolling across the road which made him jump back, as I also heard a rustling in the forest. We thought it may have been a monkey eating fruit and throwing away the leftover.
We were sat chilling in our room when Andrew informed me that there was a monkey outside our door. I didn't believe him immediately but looked at the wall and also saw the shadow of a monkey! We ...