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... sunset as well as the wonderful city lights at night. Arriving at Menara KL Tower and being whizzed up to the "second floor" at 400+ metres up was amazing. The central cylinder stayed static as well as the outer rim, but the strip in between with the tables and chairs was rotating at quite a rate! We managed to get two views of the Twin Towers during our 2 hour slot - one in daylight, one at twilight! The way the restaurant was laid out meant that the buffet in the ...
... the menu in your face and trying their hardest to seat you. We tried to look for ones with a mix of a few smiling tourists and loads of locals but in the end settled on one I think, largely based on its fetching yellow tablecloths covering the orange plastic tables. Two Tiger beers ordered and we sweated over the incredibly long menu. Was it to be salt and pepper frog, chilli eel or deep fried intestines? We opted in the end ...
... these past few days so I will try to ask for suggestions, but she always says I need to be more strict and speak louder. I feel like I am yelling the whole lesson.
Anyway the days are going quicker now, and before I know it I will be back in Australia. I really hope I can learn something about classroom management before then.
I had dinner with our Malaysian buddies last night, and they were all there, all 10 of them, and ...
... a shower is that my sunburn has been completely soothed. The shower is followed by a soak in the hottest bathtub of water I have ever been in! Hotter than the hottest hot tub, barely able to stand putting a toe in, let alone my whole body. I add some cold and finally manage to get all the way in, lie there sweating for about 20 minutes, then finally get out and go lie down for the soothing and wonderful facial and mud mask. We head to the airport to go back to KL, our ...
... that I had read about (Jimmy Choo's favourite spot) called Hakka, so we headed out from Shangri-La Hotel, across the busiest, craziest cross roads, to a restaurant with a floor to ceiling wine wall (Ove happy). Unfortunately, the wine menu was as empty as the bottles on the wall, with almost all the wine in the menu sold out (Ove not so happy). To go from bad to worse, Ove was served mackerel fish (not his favourite to say the least!). I however, had a ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking