South China Sea

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  • Day2

    Somewhere in the sky

    March 29, 2017, South China Sea ⋅ ⛅ 6 °C

    Japanese cuisine as served on ANA! It was very interesting - I enjoyed the salmon and rice dishes. Some of the appetizers were a bit too fishy for my taste. But all in all, a cool experience.

    Plus a little La La Land to pass the time.

  • Day7

    Onboard activities!

    November 24, 2016, South China Sea ⋅ 🌬 82 °F

    Dawn seemed none the worse for her wind tunnel flying lesson. All a bit to undignified for me, lol! Plus they'd have to whack it up a notch or two to get me off the ground. Weather is improving. Finally stopped raining and we've got some sun. Arrive in Sanya, China in a couple of hours so the punters on the North Star ride are getting a good view from up there.Read more

  • Day203

    Seetag

    March 23, 2017, South China Sea ⋅ ⛅ 32 °C

    Seetag auf dem Südchinesischen Meer, also Urlaub 🤣!
    Essen, Wäsche, Organisieren, Essen, Lesen, Pool, Blog, Happy Hour, Blog, Essen, SkipBo, Show: https://1drv.ms/v/s!AiUv8teodO-roQE5WxLxZjGgez3K ...
    Und ein traumhafter, gruslig-schöner Sonnenuntergang am Abend!!!

  • Day212

    HSBC Main Building

    April 1, 2017, South China Sea ⋅ ⛅ 28 °C

    Ein paar Minuten später befinden wir uns mitten in der Skyline! Rund um uns glänzt Glas und Metall in der Sonne. Über den Statue Square im Schatten der großen Banken bummeln wir zum HSBC Main Building - die Zentrale von Hongkongs bedeutendstem Bankhaus und das spektakulärste Stück moderner Architektur in der Stadt. 1985, bei Fertigstellung, war es das teuerste Bürohaus der Welt. Eine transparente Bauweise und ein computergesteuertes Spiegelsystem zum Einfangen von Tageslicht machen es auch für uns interessant. Fast das gesamte Erdgeschoss ist offen und ein öffentlicher Platz. Ein riesiger gläserner Boden der darüberliegenden Schalterhalle verhindert, dass die klimatisierte Luft nach unten entweicht. So entsteht ein über 50 m hohes Atrium. Mit gläsernen Rolltreppen können wir in die große Schalterhalle hinauffahren.
    Vom alten Gebäude sind nur die vor dem Haupteingang stehenden Löwenskulpturen erhalten geblieben.
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  • Day95

    Skales

    March 19, 2018, South China Sea ⋅ ⛅ 79 °F

    I found out who Raoul is. He is a Nigerian rap singer who performs under the name of Skales. I’ve never heard of him, but at any rate, he has my autograph on his right arm. I was really surprised to learn that he is a rap singer. He struck me as a very thoughtful, intelligent and articulate young man.Read more

  • Day1

    Hotels that make you feel at home in Mal

    May 1, 2018, South China Sea ⋅ ⛅ 24 °C

    The best serviced apartments in Kuala Lumpur are set within the city’s most prominent districts, offering easy access to iconic attractions and shopping malls, as well as ample dining and nightlife options. Ideal homes away from home for families, business executives, and travelers on extended holiday, these accommodation options feature comfortable guestrooms alongside facilities such as built-in kitchens, in-room entertainment, fitness centers and swimming pools. Kuala Lumpur serviced apartments also offer room rates that are cheaper than most hotels within the city while efficient public transport makes it incredibly convenient for guests to explore destinations beyond Kuala Lumpur.

    Traveling in Malaysia is quite convenient since it has some major bus terminals and express buses are the preferred mode of transport here. Tickets for which can be booked online from https://www.redbus.my.

    Somerset Ampang

    Somerset Ampang Kuala Lumpur is a four-star property set along Jalan Ampang, a street unofficially bestowed the moniker Embassy Row because it plays host to several high profile foreign embassies.Within the same grounds as the property are the British High Commission and the HSC Medical Centre (one of Malaysias leading medical, heart and diagnostic centres).Free shuttle service to the Ampang Park LRT station and selected malls is available, putting local landmarks such as the Petronas Twin Towers, KL Convention Centre and KLCC Park within easy reach.Onsite facilities at Somerset Ampang Kuala Lumpur include a rooftop infinity-edge pool and Jacuzzi, a fitness centre and a kids playground and wading pool.

    Suasana Suites

    When you stay at Suasana Suites Bukit Ceylon, you'll be just a 5-minute drive from Petaling Street and Kuala Lumpur Tower.Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool or grab a bite to eat at Suasana Cafe , which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.A bar/lounge and a fitness center are offered, and in-room conveniences at this upscale property include refrigerators and microwaves.

    Signature Hotel

    At The Signature Hotel & Serviced Suites Kuala Lumpur, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Malaysian Houses of Parliament and Merdeka Square.Guests can grab a bite to eat at the coffee shop/café and visit the fitness center for a workout.Rooms at this upscale hotel feature bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves. The hotel has various room options like family triple room, deluxe family room, family quadruple room, comfort family room and a standard double room. It is just a 3 minute walk away from the Chinese temple and a 5 minute drive from mid valley mega mall. The hotel features wi fi throughout the entire premises and not just in the rooms. The Nu Sentral Mall isa 7 minute walk away from the Kuala Lumpur Railway station and a 5 minute walk away from the hotel. The rooms are equipped with ironing facilities, hair drier, satellite TV as well as a tea and coffee vending machine. Safety deposit boxes are also available on request. There is also a vegetarian restaurant in the hotel lobby where you will be treated to delicious local and international cuisine. I would certainly recommend this place and would also want to visit it again when ever in Kuala Lumpur.
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  • Day5

    1. Seetag

    January 10, South China Sea ⋅ ⛅ 27 °C

    Heute stand unser erster Seetag an. Wach wurden wir bei kristall klarem Wasser und auch etwas Seegang. Uns wurde in der Nacht wieder eine Stunde stibitzt, da wir in eine andere Zeitzone einfuhren. (MEZ+7h). Dabei war die letzte Nacht eh schon kurz (Beachparty auf dem Pooldeck)

    Beim Frühstück konnten wir uns heute einmal Zeit lassen und den Tag entspannt anfangen. Auf See kühlt es genauso wenig am wie an Land. (29 Grad und 80% Luftfeuchte)
    Danach entspannten wir auf Deck bei Sonnenschein den ganzen Tag. Natürlich gehört es im Urlaub auch dazu den ganzen Tag zu essen und die Köstlichkeiten der Boardküche zu genießen.
    Für heute ist es mal geplant früh in die Kabine zu kommen damit wir für Singapur 🇸🇬 ausgeruht sind.
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  • Day27

    Our 'last' day

    August 8, 2017, South China Sea ⋅ 🌙 72 °F

    So Tuesday morning we woke up, and really thought it was our last day. So the plan was to have a very chilled out day and night - enjoying our 'last day' on Gili T.

    However, it wasn't long before we realised (well after I almost queued for ages in the boat queue) that our flight was Friday and not on thursday .... so we could stay an extra night which OF COURSE we did!! We love it here!!!

    We woke up quite early as we had an early night, and went for some breakfast at Kayu Cafe (which was so nice also!). We messaged Jess but we knew she wouldn't be up after the paraletic state she was in on the boat party (when we left at the end she said she was going to stay out ... and she was smashed).

    Then we spent the morning in a perfect (non rocky) spot by the beach. It was boiling! We spoke to a few people around us, and just had a chilled out morning.

    We had lunch at Malin Dive Cafe (I had a panini and Hope had soup), then Hope saw a sign for a pool open to use by non guests as long as drinks are bought. We were so happy as all we wanted was a pool to jump in!

    We chilled all afternoon in this massive pool, then met Jess and her two new roommates (two English lads, Louis and George). We walked to the sunset, and watched the sunset as we had dinner. It was such a nice restaurant (however freezing in the wind, and the food did take ages!! But it was worth it). Hope has a vegetable pie and I had a Caribbean veg curry, and the others all had jerk chicken. It was supposed to be a 'final chilled night' before we all left the island ... but of course we all arranged to go out! Jess was adamant she wasn't coming out ... though of course she did!!

    We got back to the room at 8, then got ready, and started drinking. It was such a funny night! Hope and I didn't last the whole night as we were so drunk, we came back to the room as Hope changed her dress as she spilt stuff all over it. The others came with us as they didn't think we would come back out if they didn't ... but we still didn't go back out. We felt bad but we decided we were so drunk and were going to stay back in (it was about 1 ish). It wasn't a wasted journey as they all drank the rest of their rum and then went back out - so they saved themselves money and they didn't mind!

    Although we didn't stay out that long, it was still a funny night! Pres was really good especially.
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You might also know this place by the following names:

South China Sea, Biển Đông, China Sea, Laut China Selatan, Laut Tiongkok Selatan, Laut Tjina, Mer de Chine orientale, Nam Hải, Nan Hai, Nan Kai, South Sea, Zuid-Chineesche Zee, Південно-Китайське море, Южно-Китайское море

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