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... with Malaysia's ATM's. This began to worry me a bit, when I realised I had no cash left.........needless to say I was super-relieved to find that the town centre still had heaps of currency exchange stalls open, even though it was nearly midnight. The streets themselves in this part of town (Bukit Bintang) were like a thronging morass of roadworks, traffic and footpaths, which at times were hard to distinguish. At times, I was really on edge, trying to negotiate it all ...
... he enjoyed trying. On the way to the mono rail we grabbed a BBQed corn on the cob for dinner dripping with butter and salt - delicious! The carriage became progressively more packed with avid Liverpool fans - at the stadium we followed the crowds of people in Liverpool shirts and made our way inside. As we were finding our seats the time for evening Muslim prayers came about, and a group of men promptly fell to the floor and prayed ...
... taste of durian, we polished off a good one or 5 beers in a Cuban themed bar playing entirely 80s tracks. Good wedding song research.
And that was that for KL. Next stop was back to the planned schedule and the delights of Bangkok.
Malaysia in numbers:
Degrees rotated whilst enjoying brunch at the Menara: 360
Mouthfuls of durian swallowed before retching: 1
Marks out of 10 for the new Avengers' film: 5 (and some of that was for the air ...
Today we headed by train to the Batu caves, the most popular Hindu place of worship outside of India. It is 14km from KL. The temple, is odd to call a temple because it's constructed by limestone caves with shrines tucked within. Two notable facts about the journey to reach the shrines were that the train was significantly delayed and very slow overall (but still clean and with great a/c). Also, the train includes women's only cabins, which were obviously accented by ...
... tide line left on the trees. Still light, the driver (no older than me) had a ciggy break, sitting on the front of the boat, twisting around occasionally to steer us in the right direction. We started going up to look at the fireflies and even though others were still impressed, mum and I were bitterly disappointed; there were hardly any. Luckily when it got later and darker they came out in large numbers, like we had previously seen. Adding to the light show was some ...