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... so that we could enjoy uninterrupted views. We spent some time on the observation deck before heading back to our hotel. Later we went to the roof top pool for a swim and to enjoy the view from the lounge areas.
Approximate conversion is $10A = 25 M ringets
Train 8 ringets for 2 return to the caves
Monorail 2 ringets each for single journey.
KL tower lunch 88 ringets each plus 50 for window seats.
Hotel room per night 200 MR
... in more pictures with random people than I've actually taken. This being my second experience of having photos taken wherever I go (my first when I was part of the Olympics), I've come to the conclusion I really don't think I could hack being a celebrity. It was worse when I was in the Olympics though, we really couldn't walk two steps without being harassed. It's not quite that bad here.. Anyway, if I was the queen of the MRT system in Singapore, then on Monday I was the ...
... all your addresses you have ever had, and from this point I'll take all of this information and then use it to get your background report and social security number. Because We've this data, my possibilities are endless. I will now make believe be you together with begin working on getting charge cards precisely what not with your name. In addition, most people make use of the same email and password for everything they certainly, of course, if you show me this personal ...
... We made many new friends whilst sitting on the plane in Penang, whilst they re-fueled it. One even teaching the kids some Chinese and treating them to lolly snakes. We managed to ring Australia to try and get a message to Scott, Paul's brother, who was waiting to meet us at Ho Chi Minh airport.
We were finally flown back to Kuala Lumpur, only to spend the next 2 hours trying to find out what AirAsia were going to ...
... clove cigarettes mixed with burning tyres. I'm guessing there's slashing and burning on Sumatra again.
After braving the taxi touts at the airport I caught a shuttle bus to KL Sentral, Kuala Lumpur's rail and coach hub. I never thought the bus trip would end. KL's suburbs just go on and on and on. Unusually for large Asian cities, KL has a vast, unplanned, suburban hinterland consisting mainly of single-family homes and small walk-up ...