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... like a search for a needle in a haystack, the only difference was the needle was a boarding gate and the haystack were 40 different airline desks all in different languages. We were pretty confused at first. In the U.S. and other international airports we had traveled through, the airlines each had a designated location where customers could go to checkin, print boarding passes, and get information. What we saw in the Hanoi airport when we entered resembled ...
... for them, Kimi Raikkonen blew a tyre early on and ended up being at the back of the race - it didn't deter them from having a good time though!
The two hour race absolutely flew by and was topped off by Lewis Hamilton taking the chequered flag, we can't believe how lucky we were to be able to celebrate a British win. After the race, once the cars had left the track, we saw a couple of fans climb over the security fence in front of our stand, ...
... and had a bag of Pakora for lunch, washed down with Ribena. I have been drinking so much Ribena! We found it when we landed, and it's definitely my first choice of drink. It has been far too long since I have had Ribena, and it's not even as if I can get someone to bring some out as Ribena from concentrate is never as nice as a bottle of ready made Ribena straight from the fridge! After lunch Bekah and Ellie decided to get Henna tattoos. I wasn't going to, but the designs were ...
Day - 92
Today we enjoy sight seeing in KL. We see so much, the majority of it old and I love it!
We see the following;
- Merdeka Square - which has a cricket pitch on it belonging to the Royal Selangor Club. In August 1957 the union jack flag was lowered and the Malayan flag raised for the first time.
- High court building - very Moorish looking, built in 1909.
- Sultan Abdul ...
Our flight got into kl in the early morning so we had a lazy first day to catch up on sleep. We met up with one of the girls we met when volunteering for dinner and drinks at a backpackers bar. We got up early to go and fun the Indonesian embassy to sort out our visas, we eventually got there and were told we weren't allowed to wear flip flops, so with no other options we had to buy some hideous shoe off a women selling them on the ...
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