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... we were nearly there. We have heard great reviews on the caves so we were excited to see them. Unfortunately, our expectations did not live up to what our eyes saw. We mounted the steep stairs to the top (after this temple I am done with the stairs and the hills for a good long time!) Stopping along the way to catch our breath, the views of the city were pretty breath taking thus worth the leg aching that we experienced. Reaching the top, there are a lot of vendors ...
... I got sh*t on by either a pigeon, monkey or bat (it's impossible to be sure which). I wasn't sure if I'd really p*ssed of the Hindu gods or it was a sign of good luck. Either way it wasn't pleasant! The temple was impressive in size but after walking round I was slightly underwhelmed. It was very dirty and not as well maintained as I would expect for a place of worship. It was worth a visit though and I am glad I went. The stairs back down seemed steeper than the ones on they way up ...
... out the window and see the ocean beneath me and realise this is the same flight vicinity that Malaysian flight went down.....I don't ponder that for long, it's a very unpleasant thought. I am so sad that they still haven't been found.
So we land and drive the 45 minutes into KL and our cases are already in our condo waiting for us. I open the curtains and see the twin towers to my left. I love them. I always feel like I am home here in ...
... helpful and tell you which platform you need for your destination and the train its self is very clean and spacious.
On arriving back to the shopping mall, I bought a few groceries for the next few days.
Rachana ( my dear friend) I really fancied ice cream, nothing fancy or mixed just a plain Mr
Whippy, so I headed to Mac Donald's (I know am terrible) but seriously a large cone with a flake worked out at 30p,
So us English can ...
... We spent our first morning together sleeping in and recovering from the long drive and the late night. Then spent a very enjoyable afternoon browsing in the Jonker Street tat-shops until tea time. We sampled the local delicacy of chicken rice balls and enjoyed the rice balls, but found the steamed 'kampung' chicken a bit strange in texture. Tummies full, we took the Melacca river cruise to see the town from a different angle, prettily lit ...