Alami Garden Hotel
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After a few days staying in Chinatown we moved to a hotel in Bukit Bintang where we would be spending 2 days with our friends Nik and Louise who was meeting us for 2 days before they continued on to holiday in Bali. Whist with them we actually went up the Petronas towers, first to the sky bridge on the 42nd floor before going right to the top observation deck on the 86th floor to get a truly awesome view over Kuala Lumpur and a great view of the other tower right next to us. ...
... yet. I have nothing but time. He is much more conscientious with his words than I am, and that's really okay. Then I proposed a FaceTime date. I told him I missed his face and the sound of his voice. He agreed to the first time I offered. Be still my heart. I only have to wait two nights. With my one day here I had the plan to get my hair done, do a little bit of shopping, including picking up some essentials and a few non-essential items. ...
... were sat in different seats, so we split off and went to find our seats which turned out to be quite good actually. There is a stand in front of the first straight bit and the first couple of bends, it's split into three sections, but once you are through the gate, there aren't any stewards to tell you to keep to your stand, so it's a bit of a free for all as long as nobody is sat in that seat. We sat and watched some cars go fast, which was good but I could help but ...
... as in "Wow! Look at that bridge shaped like a traditional Dayak fishing vessel!" or "Wow! Look at that exhibition centre built to resemble an indigenous spinning top!" Before the halfway point of the cruise I was suffering from wow fatigue. Putrajaya is truly magnificent.
But ... But ... Only one thing troubled me. Not the sterility, staying in grotty Brickfields cleanliness and order was quite welcome. What troubled me is that I saw no evidence that people ...
... an O could use an I-pad better than us. You can Google Neil and see what it is he actually does with Tsunami.
We also met Richard and Rachel, two previous volunteers who had come back for a couple of days to join us at Malaka Zoo where we are to be seconded to help out with a special project on Wednesday and Thursday.
As we are away from the shack for 5 days from tomorrow we put most of our clothes in the laundry in ...