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Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur
... that we were being driven to the outskirts of town, where yet another big bus was waiting for us. Luckily, the fourth bus was the final one, and we left for Kuala Lumpur, only 90 minutes later than planned! After a 4 hour journey passing through the huge karst mountains of the Cameron Highlands, and seeing miles of rainforest destroyed for oil palm farms, we arrived in busy Kuala Lumpur. Unfortunately, our guide book did not have a very good map of the huge city, and so we only ...
... the instructions to a short walking tour that was on the map we were given by our tour guide.
While catching the monorail was fun, it was very squishy. Thankfully the carriage was air-conditioned. We got off the monorail to the sounds of the Friday lunchtime prayers being broadcast across the area.
While on our mini walking tour we visited a little Buddhist temple and saw an old Chinese Clan house. Quite soon we were in the middle of Chinatown with ...
... KL dresses itself up at night.
Night falls and we start to get hungry so we head back to the Pavillion in eager anticipation. After Dave fainted earlier, he is now fine, Kevin decided he wanted to come out and see these decorations for himself. We took him in and you will never guess what happened next? Yes he fainted too. Dearie me Martin had to give him the kiss of life too. Once he had recovered we had another look around at the decorations ...
... volunteers they suggested we put large plastic bottles filled with water over the shower drain covers to stop the rats coming up!! There was also a large hole in the kitchen floor by the sink which Derek covered with two large tool boxes being the heaviest things we could find.
Other problem is that our bedroom window is right next to the staff car park - they all seem to ride motor bikes and like revving them up when they leave and it is a ...
... want to carry on, and somehow over the space of the evening, our group grew in size, so we must have been doing something right. So having not worked for the last three months,I meet a Dutch girl called Fabia.
Me: "So where are you from?"
Me: "What do you do for a living?"
Fabia: "I'm a Marine Biologist."
Me: "You can't be,,, your too beautiful" ................. Smoooootthhhhhhh
I must have said something ...