Suzie's Guesthouse and Hostel
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After no sleep we arrived in Kuala Lumpar at Suzie's Guesthouse. We explored the busy stalls in China town before looking around the botanical gardens. Kat then realised she had some sort rash on her leg from the malaria tablets where Steph described her as the elephant man...Once she had recovered we went for dinner in a reggae bar where we had noodles and cocktail for £4!
This is one crazy hectic city but so so cool and different to anything I've experienced before. I'd definitely like to come back here one day when I've got a lot of spare money to go shopping with in the incredible malls they've got and to stay in the Traders or Grand Hyatt - what a view they must have looking onto the Petronas Towers. Although, …
... it had a lift! We checked in and went to our room to dump our bags. We were starving at this point having travelled for 26 hours we went out onto the streets of Chinatown and had Chinese food which was amazing! I had duck (shock) and mollie had sizzling beef which looked and smelt amazing! We then decided to go to bed and pass out. So I woke up to go the toilet and had a shock when I looked at my watch...it said 11am we'd slept for far too long and hadn't set any ...
... and again, nowhere did we notice any signage about littering. The walkways were open from early morning until 11 p.m. daily.
As for the malls that we saw, wow. We had previously reported being overwhelmed by the high end shopping mall we visited in Bangkok. In KL, we visited at least two such high end malls where the only stores on six levels were designer shops - although admittedly we did not notice a store front for Bentley's ...
... for rest stops on route however, all the places to stay here are expensive which means I end up cycling out of town looking for somewhere to camp instead in the evening but I shouldn't really be out on the roads at this time as it's dangerous cycling in the dark, the drivers hardly see you in the daytime never mind the nightime.
I can't find any place to camp so by the time I pass Eagle Ranch Resort, I give in and pull off the road as it's ...