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Basking Under The Morning And Evening Sun In Flamingo Hotel, Penang

The scenery from the fifth floor while walking to our room....
How wonderful to have a beach house such as this....
Can hear the waves splashing against the beach each day in and out...
When morning came, we had our buffet breakfast for two at this corner....
The second day, we managed to get a table by the poolside...
 Early swimmers...
 Nice ambience to have a dip here..
 I should have tried the shallow waters at the bar...
 My humble breakfast....
er... my second round... after the porridge....
Hers was even "humbler...."
We can also sit outside at the terrace...
This is called Relaxation... 
Basking under the morning sun...
Or basking under the palm trees on the beach...
Flamingo Hotel... not Reanaclaire...
And of course... the "pretending-to-read" pose....
While she swam... I was just "parked" right her....


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  1. Wahhhhhhhh!!!! Last pic, like twin sisters lah!!! Near identical!

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    1. weiwei... someone gotta use kacamata liao...

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    2. hahahhaa.... SWK... I thought I read wrongly! hahaha... Arthur... sure identical cos both of the pictures is of one person! Anyway, thanks for enlightening us here... hahaha..

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  2. This is truly a relaxing holiday. So, so nice to be able to enjoy the beach under the palm trees.
    Claire, I have to put my face closer to the monitor to take long look at the last pic. At first I thought 2 different people la..After blinking my eyes a few times only can see that it is you la...

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  3. Indeed an enjoyable holiday. Love the beach and so relaxing basking under the morning sun. Nice pix of you.

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  4. Very relaxing and tarn sai kai post, but breakfast must eat more la, both of you so petite and skinny.. If me I attack the cheese and delimeat and nasi lemak and omelette, burrpppp..

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    1. Cannot eat a lot especially in the morning.. dont know why...

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  5. I loves the 1st picture, the beach, hehe...

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  6. Lovely view to wake up to. This looks like a really nice hotel to stay in. At first I also thought, eh, why both look so similar. Then I look again, oh both are Claire, patutlah!

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