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... food courts; there really was a vast selection here!! Everything from MaccyD's and Subway to Malaysian, Chinese, Thai and Mexican! We decided on what we think was Chinese; some amazing hot plates sizzling with black pepper chicken, noodles and an egg fried in the sauce. It was delicious but boiling hot! Only RM9 (£1.80) including a soft drink. Bargain, and so tasty despite the burnt tongue! As usual the Malays and Asians were mainly eating Western food and ...
The next morning I woke up with some terrible news. A colleague of mine in Vancouver had been killed when her parked car fell out of gear and rolled on top of her. How horrible, but it serves as a reminder to live while you can. You never know when your time is up.
After breakfast I had the desire to see the grittier side of Kuala Lumpur, so I set out to Chinatown and Little India. My first stop was the Central Market ...
... needle in Seattle. We go up on a long elevator ride to the observation deck, and are presented such an amazing view in all directions. Central Market and Chinatown Next it is shopping time! First, Central Market, a large building with lots of individual stores, sort of like a mall, but more souvenir type stuff and more about tourism. We eat lunch here and DJ has her favorite lime juice (her favorite drink here) of the whole trip. She tried them everywhere we ...
... whole room, took some more pix and eventually my group was taken back down. On our way out of the building we had to go through a "gift shop" to be able to leave some of our money there. Standard procedure! Somehow I didn't feel tempted. My camera was put to work again after leaving the building as I wanted to have some photos taken from a distance at the view was mind-blowing. I walked back to my hostel choosing the quick root that I had discovered before. That evening I ...
... bottom: 0px; margin-left: 0px; padding-top: 0px; padding-right: 0px; padding-bottom: 0px; padding-left: 0px; ">We put that experience behind us and made it to our Grandstand which was already packed. The atmosphere was great with people dressed in their favourite teams colours and flags waving away all over the place. We watched a few other races that took place, ate some tasty Satay and drank Vodka and beer that we had smuggled in. When it was time for the race the ...
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