Sri Tiara by Far East Hospitality
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... us. As we walked back through the dark cave we heard a rooster crow, he was king of his rock! Then it was back down the steep steps, almost as hard as walking up, definitely more scary, and we made it! I had to try a bowl of Laksa before leaving Malaysia and it wasn't hard to find. Interesting but delicious, I ate it up! After a quick rest and a coffee we headed to the botanical gardens. I ...
... with a few more western girls. I can't describe how uncomfortable it felt to have all these men just staring there and being quite sleazy about it, especially when I was with Matty. Some girls we saw were on their own and if I felt uncomfortable with Matty, I can't imagine how they felt. I wasn't particularly revealing anything and my top wasn't a low cut strappy top. I saw one girls being really lleared over she was in shorts and a strappy top. We got to the ...
Day 36. Another relatively early start greeted us as we upped sticks to our new destination, Kuala Lumpur. We were flying Air Asia, "The Ryanair of Asia". Whilst not uncomfortable, the lack of even a complimentary glass of water left a dry taste in the mouth. Unfed but unharmed, we arrived in the humid heat of Kuala Lumpur. Despite it's oppression the 30+ degree weather was infinitely better ...
... out on major radio waves and also on the Viacom machine (MTV, BET, and VH1) was not Rap but a commercialized version of Hiphop called Rap. So that as people continued to confuse rap for hip hop, things got totally out of control with all the statement of year "Hiphop Is Dead". This declaration was basically produced by Nas when he released the self titled single, for his 2007 album, "Rap is Dead". Did he really believed the ...
Saturday 26th July - Tuesday 29th July After surviving our 9hour flight from the Gold Coast to Malaysia we arrived in Kuala Lumpur airport and made our way to the train for a transfer into the city. After two trains, 40 minutes of walking in circles through china town and a combined loss of about 20 litres of sweat we finally arrived at our guesthouse. Not a great start considering the guesthouse was less than 800m from the train station but I did only tell Matt to **** off once so we kind ...