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... ratings and the palm oil industry in Malaysia. If the pollution rate is above 150, the government closes the schools. Normally it is between 80-100, with the fires in Indonesia, it has been over 300! Apparently in Indonesia it's been In the 1000s. The Batu Caves are full of Hindi temples and amazing. And just a bit like side show alley, with the plastic tacky souvenirs and toys for sale. It's a long climb up so we figure the toys are to bribe ...
... under water. Highlight this time was a huuuuge sting ray, which thanks to « someone » not charging the camera could not be captured for eternity ;)
It was on Redang where Gianni and Diana involuntarily delivered the most comical moment of the trip so far. After being stuck with the 2 of us for about a week, they decided it was time for some couple time and set off on a nice little romantic walk at sunset to ...
... There was one cave that was like a Hindu Disneyland, with statues of all shapes and sizes scattered throughout it. The world's largest statue of Murugen stands outside them at 42.7m, covered in gold.
We went to Little India for some tasty eats, but whether we were in the wrong place, or it just wasn't busy that day, it was a little disappointing. I was expecting amazing colours ...
... As I write this its just started hammering it down with thunder and lightening and I have just heard the biggest crack of lightening in my life, with the humidity I have been told this is a daily occurrence)
Headed onto Jalan Alor, a vibrant street where the markets are situated. If you are wanting to eat traditional Malay food this is the place to come so I stopped and had a Chinese.
That evening I headed to the ...
... of his to pick us up at 6.30am to take us to the airport for only 90.
We went out later to the Time Square shopping centre and had a better look at the amusement centre, We also had a beer at a lovely shopping arcade that was like a cool oasis in the heat, It had huge ceiling fans called big fans.
Dinner was ordinary and at a local place near our hotel. The gentleman kept trying to upsell. Mick bought another icecream at the local supermarket 7-11 on the way ...