Klana Resort Seremban
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... dish called Rojak Mee which is a peanut curry dish, along with garlic naan and some nice dipping sauces. I'm loving the Indian influences in Malaysia and it's making us both even more keen to visit India some time (in the distant future)! For dessert we were intrigued by a caramel roti which again came with sauces, and to be honest just tasted like the nice sauces we'd had with our garlic naan. Another good night of food though. Back at the hostel, we excitedly waited ...
... that seem to go on forever. We decided to opt for one of the Thai restaurants, which was wonderful, however, the boys did not like this much due to the spicy nature of the food, they then twisted my arm for MC D! At MCD, we picked up another member to continue our journey, Caleb has taken him as a replacement for the time being for Garree, I got the privilage of naming the ...
... at the park. We had lunch and caught the two thirty bus back to KL.
I don't know what was different last time as opposed to now, but we see Malaysia in a new way. It doesn't feel as pricy as it did before as we ate most of our meals for under $6 give or take depending on which dollar you choose and the trains are max $1 a trip. It is cleaner and there is a bit more order than its Asean counterparts. We left with a new and better vibe about the place.
... of pretty colours as well to keep you entertained. We helped ourselves to some a cake in the shop before taking on the evening. The art gallery is within Independence Square which had a number of impressive older buildings surrounding a patch of grass in the middle. The road here was closed off which allowed a few stalls to be erected within which where some characature artists. We decided to stop in and expected the worst but the gentleman was nice and quite funny ...
... thick, extra heavy purple robe)
That's when I met two new travelers, one guy from Liverpool and a guy from Chile, both also sweating in their new dress code ha ha ha
It was pray time so I could not enter but managed to take photos and a Chinese guy insisted on telling the three of us about how he prays five times a day and the washing of his feet and hands to be pure.
I left the Mosque to head to Chinatown, the skies ...