The Nomad Residences Bangsar
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I find totally strange. Because really, I would eat food at a friends house if they had pets in the kitchen. I just wouldn't utilise the detol as readily. So anyway, once we got settled in we struck out for some mad bargains on local produce. Along the way we met a man that called himself the "Bat man driver"; it was fair enough as his tuk tuk was labelled as such and he had batman upholstery on the seats. I have his number into phone upon his insistence. I admire ...
... curry with stir fried greens and an egg, while mum had some beef noodles. Overall tasty but much more food that what we really needed. Fed and watered we followed the signs to the pedestrian walkway that would lead us back to the Towers. The walkway is a bit of an attraction in itself. It’s air conditioned and lets you walk above the traffic. The last part of the walkway takes you underground and you emerge in the shopping mall that sits below the towers. ...
... which mom never tried, but Oleg pretty much ate it all with chopsticks. And we tried durian cream puffs - durian is a tropical fruit that is notorious for its foul smell so that it's banned from bringing it in the hotels. In the evening we just chilled out in the hotel - we had adjacent rooms that were connected with each other so it felt like a separate flat. Oleg and Viv played chess on iPad and it took Viv about 3 hours to win (or Oleg to win - one definitely won :-) Mom was... ...
Suva was interesting. We had our own guide who was very knowledgable and made the museum tour far mor interesting. Lots of old old boats from before 16BC and rope made from coconut husks that is still as strong today as it was then. They also have the burnt rudder of Captain Cook ship on display We also went to the rain forest and waterfalls there. It was raining ...
... hairs stand-up on the back of your neck. That evening we had our favourite chicken clay pot street food in the pouring rain.
Race day was going to be a long day especially with the post race gig, so we decided to have a massive brunch. Nat had read about a local favourite for Sunday brunch in 'Brickfields', so we decided to pig out there before going to the circuit. Food was served on a huge banana leaf, with lots of different curries and sides being ...