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... enough to see people stopped along the side panting. Once we got to the top we went inside and saw a couple shops, of course. The temple itself was quite small but the atmosphere was of course the reason to go. We left there and headed toward central KL. We had lunch at the Petronas Twin Towers before walking around the area to get the view of them from below. Later in the evening, after just enjoying ...
... the sights of KL, she looked bored.
... at Independence Square (or Dataran Merdeka in Malay), where Malaysia peacefully declared independence from Britain in 1957, after two visits by Malaysian dignitaries to London to work out the details. Our guide told us a wonderful story about how the whole country pulled together to raise the money to send the delegation BACK to London for a second try after the first attempt proved fruitless; his grandfather had sold three family cows to contribute ...
14th January 2015
After countless weeks of planning and preparing the big day had finally come and we made our way to Melbourne Airport in the early hours of the 14th of January. Full of excitement and uncertainty about what to expect from a trip like this we boarded our flight and said goodbye to good old Melbourne.
After a relatively long and uncomfortable flight (without ...
... the long flight we arrived in Sydney feeling quite refreshed. We are now another 3 hours head of our previous destination and 11 hours ahead of England.
We did our usual and went through the red channel. Australia customs can be very strict so we declared Jody's tea bags (comes under the plant material or herb section) and we declared our feather pillows we carry everywhere (comes under the animal or bird products). Thinking about it later we had intended ...