The Orient Star Resort Lumut
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... James was able to get us help. Phil had tried to fix but with no jack or tools it was a bit impossible. Had a long lunch & waited and the mechanic arrived & was able to fix it thank goodness. Arrived back just before another tropical downpour!
Spent the next two days making sure all was sorted with the boat and tucked her up for 3 months (forgot to take a photo). caught the bus to KL and had a good flight back to the Gold Coast. Had a couple ...
... 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 ...
... our money, so he popped back whilst breakfast was being made. This left Annabelle to deal with some hostile/unfriendly looks from some of the local women – they were just staring at her.
After 7 weeks in India she was no longer bothered and just stared right back. En route back to our breakfast spot Chris bought our new beach mat will is going to be invaluable ...
... pointed out places for me to stay, where to go when I get off the ferry, what to see, etc. Super super helpful! So, I picked the next bus to Butterworth, the Penang ferry port town, and away we went. After a bite to eat at a hawker stall which included an iced coffee of course!
The bus cost a whopping RM16 or so. Cheap, cheap. It drops you off at the bus station, which is right close to the ferry stop, basically just walk to the end of the covered walkway, to the ...