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... the monkeys so they weren't really interested in us again all, so I could concentrate on just dragging myself up the stairs. The cave was cool, but the temple inside wasn't as big or as intricate as I expected it to be, so I found it a little underwhelming. But cool. I was dying for a drink once I got down! There was a guy selling coconuts, and I had seen a lot of people drinking them so decided to give it a go ....don't know why so many people drink them cos it wasn't that nice! ...
... car driver pick us up but when we couldn't find him gave the motel a ring, he was at the airport already. Turns out he was there the whole time but had a jacket on so we couldn't see the name of the hotel on his t-shirt & had the board with our name on it under his arm the whole time, think he could do with a few lessons. We hadn't even got out of the airport, in fact we'd only just pulled out from the kerb ...
... so it's not a lot to not get back . I tried another machine and it didn't work again but my my RM10 note was retuned to me this time. So I went back and got the customer service lady to put money onto my card. I should've gone there in the first place rather than trying the machine. When I got back to Masjid Jamek I commenced exploring the heritage sights of Kuala Lumpur on. As I was wearing shorts I had to don a robe to walk around the Masik Jamek mosque. The ...
... following hours running up a large international phone bill trying to contact the
airline and calling Lucy for updates as she did the same.
As darkness fell outside LCCT I had had enough. The heat had become oppressive, and I still had no answer from KLM about when my bag would arrive or whether it would reach me in Penang (another 170 miles away) before my flight to Jakarta. I kicked off my shoes ...
... we saw in mini Indonesia. At the base of the house and in other parts of the park, we saw Sensitive Plants growing wild. These are the plants that close up their leaves when you touch them.
To escape the sun and the crowds we decided to do a hike into the tall tree forest. I wanted to see what people called the "broccoli" trees. I think they are called that because when you stand underneath a grouping of them and look up, it looks as though you are looking up at ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTransit Point Bed & Breakfast Kuala Lumpur
Finding this little gem hidden away on the corner of chinatown is a must. Clean, quiet, great owners, free tea/ coffee/ toast and wifi, aaaanndd.... cheap!
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