Bird Nest Guest House I
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Great owner and great people... had a good time with everyone
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... vibrant South Asian music and some very interesting smells.
If you are looking for a bar bursting with local working ladies (most polite way I can put it) then look no further than 'The Beach'. My friend and I stumbled across this cosy joint en route to wherever the music sounded great. My friend and I quickly discovered this was a hang-out spot for the horny tourist and the local ladies with a degree in ...
... that neither of us could have changed that much. I still love that place.
A ticketing error meant that Amber and Rans were sat apart from me and the Kid on the 9 hour flight to Kuala Lumpur. We were flying with Air Asia, who are incredibly cheap, in all senses of the word. So it was left to me to bear the brunt of Kier's distaste for flying. He told me that his journal entry for ...
... attraction, HSBC (my bank) and we have one of these water fountains just outside our door (20cents of a ringgit for a litre of filtered water, saving on money and plastic).
Tonight we had a chinese chicken clay pot, that tasted good (but too salty) on one of the street restaurants and other little snacks on the street.
We haven't even started to look at what there is to do in this capital, let's just go with the flow!
Well we didn't quite make it to Ho Chi Minh city after an aborted landing due to bad weather at Kuala Lumpur, too much water on the runway. Well we got to within - well it felt like 20m - to the runway, only to suddenly take off again without landing. After what felt like a very long time AirAsia finally informed us that we were being diverted to Penang!!! Hmmmmmm, we knew then that we were not going to make our ...
... a breakfast of cornflakes, toast and coffee I caught the LRT station from Masjid Jamek to the KLCC station. The rapid card I bought yesterday made travelling easy. Once at KLCC I found the concourse level entry for the sky desk easily enough but on the way I had realised I definitely didn't have enough cash to cover the RM80 ticket (I thought the RM500 I had withdrawn at the airport when I arrived in KL had gone a long way) and I didn't want to rely on them ...