Forever Young Guest House
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... the right choice.
That evening we met up with Nicole's friend Morgan, who has lived in KL for 7 years. He was nice enough to show us around, including a fun rooftop bar with great views of the Petronas Towers (negated somewhat by the heavy fog). The towers are the tallest "twin towers" in the world, and while you can't do much at them, they make an impressive view at night when they are all lit up. We called it an early night since Nicole had ...
... told us it was getting close to midnight, and we'd been up since 3am. SO MANY THINGS! But there was only one treasure to be bought- my classy pixelated now pyjama shirt, reading: "I am Virgin." I don't know what it means either, but I'm pleased.
So yeah that was pretty much it for the first day. All that needs doing now is to try out the shower and be ready for the day ahead!!!
... our bags in the 33 degree heat trying to find it. We finally found a cop to ask. Turns out it was just around the corner and we'd been walking in a circle. Needless to say, when we finally entered the hotel we were both gross sweaty messes and very much appreciated the cold juice and face towel offered! As it was about 10 in the morning our room wasn't ready...they could hold our bags for a while while we explored KL, or ...
... my way back I did go looking for the National Mosque and couldn't find it. I even got off the train at it's stop and I'm pretty sure from looking on google maps that I must have walked right past it without realising because I walked around and around looking for it and just couldn't see it. Useless. The Petronas Towers were incredible last night. The trip to the top was pretty good and they did it as a tour which made it quite interesting as they gave you lots of facts ...
... chicken and rice in the basement food complex.
On my last day in KL I was up bright and early at 7.15 (to the joy of my dorm-mates I'm sure) in order to make my 9am twin towers viewing. Why up so early? So I could have breakfast I thought....until I realised that people here don't open up shops that early, not even coffee shops...how lazy! So I ended up surviving on a bad coffee in the Petronas building itself. The tour of the tower was very strictly regimented, you ...