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!
... towers in the world at 450mtrs high. Next stop was the Mandarin Oriental to have a meal, cocktail and watch the fountains in front of the towers.
Day two, hop on hop off bus. Kuala Lumpur is not the best city in the world for the bus tour due to the volume of traffic. It can take several hours to complete the circuit. However, if you are only in a city for a short time, it is the easiest way to see most of the sights. On ...
... about the city and it's independence with an aspiration to keep the cities heritage alive. The vision of the cities future is also present in the gallery's ongoing city model which would certainly give the Model Village some inspiration! Next up was neighbouring Merdeka Square, where independence was declared in 1957. Old Tudor buildings edge this old cricket field including the Royal Selangor Club where I have just found out ... Only men are welcome!!! From ...
... of cutting the fruit and veg and the cleaning of the night cells - Derek and I had our first cleaning day on Wednesday -OMG the smell is so bad I thought I was going to throw up but just had to hold my breath as long as possible and get on with it! !
The other variation of the day is the "enrichment". One day we made a "present" for each of the Os and chimps. We got banana leaves and put some other leaves along with sultanas and seeds inside, wrapped ...