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... I looked out for the bronze plaque inlaid on the floor there which features a quote by Clive James. There are a number of these that celebrate Australian authors or others who have written about her. When I was first in Sydney I read the book that this quote is taken from, Unreliable Memoirs, in one sitting. It's a touching, articulate and honest account of a boy going into adulthood, and it's also bladder-spasmingly funny.
I left ...
... but all was just impossible for me either because I just couldn't focus from what was going on around me or, I think it was simply because I had no clue how to take pictures of a thunder storms..
I know what you must think...I talk about a thunder storm like crazy...but only because it was nothing but crazy...It was giant and continues. I was so powerful I was almost jealous.
These days while I am here I get ...
... Ewwww. Wasn't a hotel. Checked into a good old best western. Wasn't quite what we were expecting (wasn't like knights hill in Lynn put it that way!) it was gorgeous. Had an amazing western chicken sandwich and chips! Much needed. Haha. Rubbish weather so we took a cultural tour to Mid Valleys shopping centre. 6 hours later ... We returned to our hotel exhausted. Say no more. Learning from KL: - a ...
We started off with a great flight from krabi to kl with Malaysian airlines! We wondered what was going on as there were lots of cameras and high up business people from the airline at the boarding gate. We were then told we were flying on the first Malaysian airlines flight to KL out of Krabi and this was the PR event! We were very happy (especially Charlotte) as we were given red velvet cupcakes and got in flight entertainment on a one hour flight (Chris was so pleased he could ...
... pleasure as we stumbled across the threshold into the icy cold oasis. After a few minutes of gulping cold air and giggling insanely, we decided to move away from the doormat and see what else this Elysium had to offer.
It turned out to be a really interesting museum detailing Kuala Lumpur's history and its plans for the future. They have an enormous model city, with working electricity, and the buildings that are yet to be built, but in the planning stages, are shown in ...