Cintamani Travellers Lodge
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The staff were very friendly and helpful. We spent 100 RM a night. Had AC and hot shower.
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9 o'clock breakfast delivered. Roti, dips and fruit. One Plain, one banana, one crispy with sugar, two dips one Dahl and a chicken curry one, Rob was over the moon. He didn't like curry dip or water melon but ate all the rest.
Then off we went site seeing, Anita had given us a map and said for us to get the purple bus, which was pink, for a free half hour round trip around ...
... before getting to his Class
- So crazy seeing someone after spending so much time apart. It makes you truly appreciate the beauty in others when you've grown enough in the time apart to recognize it. Tay can't wait to meet up with you bud!
... After that it was smooth sailing all the way.
From the bus terminal in KL we took the train to the Pasar Seni station. Our hostel was right opposite the Central Market along the Katsuri Walk. The Marquee Guest Houzz occupied the second and third floor of the building. It has no sidewalk front, just a glass door and stairs leading up in between a discount clothing store and a convenience store. If one is not looking for the sign, it ...
... both people and traffic so it rather took us back to our India experience. In fact at times walking through the streets, listening to the noise, smelling the scent of curries mingled with the aromas that come from KL drains, it was easy to think we were in India. It was the same when we visited the Batu Caves, a Hindu temple and shrine built into the hills inhabited by monkeys who welcomed and entertained as we climbed the two hundred and ...
... night had taken the budget cab and the driver wouldn't shut up telling them everything they wanted to know and more ...... lesson learnt, no stigma to being a cheapskate.
The city was incredible, really spread out (no way you could walk around it) and like Canberra a big lake in the middle, with quite a few bridges crossing it. We hadn't had breakfast so instead of a cruise on the lake we had a meal and then the taxi driver took us back to the rail station.