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Our eyes opened and the reality of our new life of hotel rooms and squabbles over who goes on the IPad first dawned! The Aloft hotel in KL is our base for the next 2 days in KL and is located a stones throw from Sentral train station. 2 double beds and a really cool bathroom made it a perfect first stay and under budget! KL is a modern city and surprised Sinead with it's clean and efficient experience from airport to ...
Kuala Lumpur, even the name rolling off of my tongue makes me smile. I love the sound of it and I am so excited to be going into the city for the day. A few years ago we were in Bali and we had met a couple who had just come from Kuala Lumpur and they were telling us how much they enjoyed it and I remember thinking "no way will I ever get to Kuala Lumpur" and now here I am. I guess I am a big city girl at heart, KL is not for everyone: it is fast paced, modern (but ...
... in his crimes have again escaped unscathed from a heist. The hallmark in all his crimes are playing cards written with the message 'Hocus Pocus, can you find Hocus?' He is known to be a dangerous man with a wicked sense of humour. In your search for this wanted magician, you and your team have stumbled into his mysterious Chamber of Hocus with hopes of capturing him once and for all… Difficulty level: 3/5
We all had a 'character' which gave us ...
... to follow her. After some "shhehwww-shhheeeeh"-ing by a local hindi couple the monkeys understood that the fun was over and went back to eating bananas.
Yesterday we also went to see the probably most known land marks of KL - the Petronas twin towers. Although you see them from almost anywhere in the city, a close visit really reveals how big they are. When standing under them, it looks like two poles continuing into the ...
... lugging our suitcases across a rather busy road junction into the famous Central Market area of KL. We did get a little lost, disorientated we kept asking ourselves where are we now. We found ourselves on the outskirts of ChinaTown but having stopped to ask a local for directions, within a few minutes, we were checking in at the Pacific Express Hotel. Hmm...the word 'express' certainly didn’t apply to the hotel’s check in ...