The Orient Star Resort Lumut
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... fantastic day of weather, blue sky and red hot sun, Pangkor was proving to be very consistent.
The bank holiday had now ended and we were practically first onto the beach, it was now so much quieter than the previous few days, it was lovely. Later in the day we went for dinner and Chris finally tried Annabelle's favourite dinner, the Nayonya style prawns and he agreed that they were ...
... station either so our only option was to get an express bus to Ipoh and then take a local bus to Lumut. The journey to Ipoh only took an hour or so but we then had to walk to the local bus station which was luckily only over the road but unluckily only had a bus to Lumut at 1pm, which meant an almost two hour wait. There was a small restaurant so we had something to eat whilst waiting for the bus. We eventually boarded the bus along with our backpack as ...