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I'm not sure if we can consider ourselves 'green' anymore. We've always tried to be green, recycling wherever possible, using less energy, reducing waste etc. But with this trip, the number of flights we have been on and the number of miles we have driven, I'm not sure that we would be at the top of the green table anymore. Today we flew to Kuala Lumpur. An early flight, quarter to nine in the morning. Ordinarily this would mean us getting up at silly o'clock in the morning, and ...
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Mum spent a good ten minutes trying to pop a blister on the bottom of my toe. Great fun for her but God it burned - hopefully it's better by morning!!
Dear valued guest, RE: LION DANCE PERFORMANCE The Goat comes 8th in the Chinese Zodiac.The Chinese word ‘yang’ refers both to goats and sheep, with ‘shanyang’ ...
... and seeing as it was the first time I had seen Nando's in seven months, it just had to be done. In addition, Zac had never been to Nando's so we felt we had to introduce him! Malaysian Nando's does have one up on UK Nando's - you get table service! I think British Nando's should seriously consider following suit. After having our fill of chicken and delicious Nando's sauce, we took a stroll over to the Petronas ...
... br> Now, one of the reviews I read was that officially knees should be covered when climbing the steps and entering the caves but this wasn't enforced. This is not true. I was wearing a skirt cut above the knee and was told I must cover up. There's no need to panic however as for a small fee of 5RM (£1) you can rent a sarong and on returning it you get 2RM back as a deposit.
There is an impressive 140ft gold ...
... Brazilian restaurant. The food was unbelievable! We made friends will all the workers who we decided to catch the train home with. They kindly payed for our tickets and guided us back to our hotel. We found that many people went completely out of their way to help us. We weren't use to this kindness after our bad experiences in Thailand. We also made friends with the hotel manager from the hotel across from ours. We were trying to sort out ...