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Encik Tareh
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how about kids react to the old 7inch floppy disc. bwahahaha. and give them a vinyl player, a really old 2 inch thick laptop and a tv to confuse them.
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and video tape the episode with an old VHS camera!
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Thanks for the KL tip. We are trying to avoid major cities, and as you did we stayed on the east coast of Malaysia. We are on tricycles, and have been relying on the manufacturer in the UK to FedEx replacement parts to us since they are specialized and hard to find in a regular store.

Will definitely check out your "misadventures" and maybe see you on the road one day!
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makan free wei! mari mari berator dalam hujaaan. hahaha
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wei takde orang ke kat sinih???
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mari main musik di atas pentass
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i love google plus but theres nobody here. lalalala im talking to myself
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ahahaha... aku sajeje sebab kao kate kat sini sunyi.. gagagaga... 
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Kuching - Singapore - Kuala Lumpur - Bintulu - Kota Kinabalu
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I have a love/hate relationship with KL. On some days I find myself totally in love with her and on others the smog seems as if it might finally take my last breath. I am in constant awe of my feeling towards the city.
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Me and my buddy arrived very late into Melaka around 3am, and everyelse budget in Jonker and its surrounding area was closed or the person manning the counter was sleeping soundly and didnt wake up when i rattled the locked glass door or press the dingdong thing. this place was open, and the taukeh let us put our bicycle inside. very friendly english speaking unker. room was clean, with aircond hot water fresh towels and comfy bed. its a nice place, very close to eateries and markets.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
First of all, its bike friendly. Just wheel your bike inside to the back and lock it. or, you can take it up to your room! There's loads of bike travelling dudes here so its really cool. Walking distance to ATMs eateries supermarkets & even bicycle shops. They have loadsa room; dorms, single / double with & without toilet. Friendly and very fluent english speaking staffs. Prices starts at 35¥ for dorm beds. Very clean. Located at the suburbs about 30minutes cycling (amidst the mad traffic) from the train station. Only complaint is that the wifi is SLOWWW
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Bicycle friendly. Its really tough to find a place in Vientiane that has the wheel-in space to store your bike like the Vietnamese guesthouses. The rates starts at 50,000 for single shared toilet up to 120,000 for double with attached toilet. Took the 80,000 Kip double shared toilet room caz anything cheaper was full. The room has the smell of the previous occupant, killed a few bedbugs and there were hairs all over the place. But it has free (but slow) internet and there's a place where you can dry your laundry. Clean toilets and there's an upstairs patio where you can chill and watch the world go. Very near to everything and its quiet at night.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
If you are coming from Vietnam, DO NOT CHANGE money from the people hanging around the border station. On the Laos side there's the Phongsavanh Bank, they give a decent rate from VND or USD to LAK. The place is very quite so it's all good.
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It was a breeze going through with a bicycle. No money was requested by the Cambodian or Vietnamese officers. Very profesional and concise.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
I came from Lao and crossed into the Vietnam side. Took a sleeper midnight bus instead of pedaling across. Around midnight, the bus arrives and park with other busses + passengers and wait till 7am where the border office opens. In the morning the whole bus parking place will reek off piss due to everyone pees everywhere anywhere they can. On the Lao side there's not much immigration issue except that if you wanna change Kip to Dong, the exchange rate is horrible. i can deduced that the 200,000 kip i changed i lost about 100,000 dong from the official bank rates. The fun starts at the Vietnamese side where EVERYONE gets off their busses and herded into a 10 feet x 10 feet enclosure and there's no line no system everyone just pushes against each other to get to the front then once that's done you need to PAY the immigration officer to get your passport stamped. I didnt have to pay when i cycled from Bavet and years ago when i flew in. Once that done you will need to haul your luggage from the bus into an xray machine where the officer on duty was eating his noodles chatting away with his other buddies. Then wait for your bus then load everything back in and wait for an immigration dude to board the bus and Check your passport again. Whole thing took us 3 hours. Total BS.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Not my experience, but 2 of my lady friends stayed here and they were harassed for 2 nights by one of the staffs on the pretext of selling water and toilet paper. He tried to force him self in and another time, as the door was chained he pushed the door ajar and peep through the opening. As they tried to complain to the management, another gal said she experienced the same thing too. So becareful ladies.
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