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I visited two cities last night. One was shinny and glitering, full of tourists and money, it even had a McDonalds, Starbucks and Burger King. It was the schene of the very expensive Le Merdiain Chiang Mai, and street market sellers smiliy and looking very happy. The next city was dirty and dusty, there were no flashing lights or expensive shops, …
I checked out of Libra guest house because the beds were like rocks covered in straw! Not up to my standards!! I had looked in a copy of the Lonely Planet and it recommeded Banana Guest House, Left aligned photo tag: so I thought I would give it a try! It was very cheap (about 2 pound a night) and the little old man behind the desk showed me up to …
... 8217; said Ruen’s Mum. ‘Yes.’ squeaks
Ruen. ‘OK, we’re off to Melaka.’
130 kms south of Kuala Lumpur on the spine road
(Wikipedia) which runs from Thailand through Malaysia to Singapore lies the old
capital of Malaysia. The first class highway sports three wide lanes with toll
gates, and a very interesting and speedy method for passing through called ‘Smart Tag’. You open an account and ...
... varies for loans, and they must pay the money back in three years.
The community has ...
... lines - no trouble, just go around without anyone directing traffic.
Secondly, the people and the culture
If you go out, you will always see something interesting - and aren't always able to capture them either. If your camera isn't right on hand, the moment has passed. Plus, I don't like sticking the camera in someones face or their lives, so you just take it all in and enjoy.
Hope you get a laugh and we did.