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... fin soup is bad, do not eat shark fin soup."
After building an appetite after the shark fin soup advice, we treated ourselves to a good old Malaysian Nando's. All our favourite dishes at a quarter of the price, nervous about the quality of the chicken after our previous KFC experience we were pleasantly surprised. Just a note, we are also eating plenty of local food and enjoying it throughly, for some reason the western fast food seems to always get a mention in ...
We were collected at 3.30 in a mini bus with 3 Russian 2 guys And a girl who were here for the weekend as they are living and working in Puket. We had a brief stop at a pewter and onyx store. But no buyers. Then we drove on through mile after mile of oil palm plantations. These form one of the main exports and surprisingly still collected by cutting the fruit by hand using a sharp cythe on a long pole. ...
... decided to take it easy today. We went around and checked out all the shopping centres, with no intention of buying anything. The much advertised BB Plaza turned out to be a barren, dark mall where the escalators were blocked off and in the entire thing we found three shops open, they weren't even in the built in shopfronts but kiosks in the middle. StarHill gallery was our next stop, the very exclusive mall with red carpet escalators and people hired to open ...
... and probably never even had one in bath like this one. Living the high life!
Feeling pretty tired the next day, we enjoyed a much needed lie-in in our amazing bed and suite... May as well make the most of it! We finally dragged ourselves out of the bed (I swear it was holding us hostage with its amazingness) and headed off to see the Petronas 'Twin' Towers, just a twenty-minute walk from our hotel. Perfect! So we had a quick glance at the ...
... society it is, and how they have complete respect for the different cultures but also believe they are stronger together as one Malaysia. There is a common language that is spoken, but almost everyone as a different mother tongue and speaks several languages.
We walked over to Chinatown which started about one block away, and Sean took us to a Chinese temple tucked down a back alley. As a tourist we would have walked right by and would ...