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... we have been using over the last couple days became apparent as our bags weighed in 2kg lighter! We looked at the two small souvenir shops that the airport offered and then headed through passport control for our flight back. It was delayed by 30 minutes which is really noticeable in such a small airport, but after that we were on our way. We spent the whole flight watching TV shows on the laptop which helped pass the time but it did feel quite long, I think ...
... from the very same coconut shell that the milk and shavings came from. Mmmmm, it was so tasty that I wish I could eat it again right now! Actually these past months have been filled with quite a number of tasty meals - Korean style pork thanks to our housemates and friends; a pizza party with delicious toppings; heart shaped pancakes; a Pakistani dinner with one of the families; a Japanese-style buffet... okay, okay, I shouldn't write ...
... the tourist boat+minivan combo), and yes there are impressive. They look over the city like two big eyes and instantly served as a point of reference to navigate to Chinatown, where we decided we would shop around for accommodation. Why Chinatown you must be thinking? It is true that given our history, this area doesn't sound like a logical choice and I would be more than happy to not have to put up with their rude manners and noise pollution but ...
We were up bright and early to travel the hour to the airport after a late night on the firefly tour.
We are sitting here now in the LCCT Kuala Lumpur airport waiting for our flight and dreaming of our own beds and drinking water from the tap.
Miss you all, will be home soon now.
... just go. And my experience so far is that cars will slow down and not ride you over. Malaysia has different communities: Malay, Chinese and Indian. At the beginning of spring, the Indian celebrate the Holi festival (a festival of color). I went there with a group from the hostel and it was so much fun. Everybody was throwing powder in different colors at each other, and a DJ was playing music so we were all dancing. When we arrived we were the only ones all clean. ...