Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya
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... the locals eat. So we went to this Indian restaurant, served cafeteria style. The restaurant was on the corner of a strip mall and was wide open to the outside. Copious ceiling fans were there, all in all it was quite comfy. The oddest part is the guys I am working with don't use any utensils even though over half the plate was rice, they would tear ...
... then disappearing again. When it came to check in they tried every conceivable combination of bags, boxes and items to try to get each person at 20kg of luggage without going over. There was one particular box that weighed about 13km that they had trouble combining with anything else and, I kid you not, got put on and pulled off the scales at least six times. Every time we thought they ...
... his 2 daughters in kual lumpur lollllllll!! -Bathing at night I our villa pool (more bathtub like) in Koh Samui -Travelling in Bangkok sky train-feels like the future! -Eating amazing and cheap food in Bangkok. We specially miss the sticky rice and mango lady, she always had a smile on her face. Overall country winner Japan! Japan! Japan! This is just a magical weird amazing country. No words can describe the amazingness of Japan. Tokyo is the only city that can compete ...
... your head as you read this "how is a mother and baby not priority in terms of seating? How would they like to travel with a baby on their lap for 13 hours and no assistance?" My eyes welled up when I realise that Ice Princess #2 couldn't give two hoots about whether I sat with Adrian or not. It was nearly midnight and I'm sure she just wanted to finish her shift. By this stage the whole flight had boarded except another couple, a family of four (with two young teenage ...
... YES! A surprisingly resounding YES! Yes, I did need to come to Malaysia. Yes, I made the right decision. I might be young and less experienced, but that doesn't mean that I do not have useful and important contributions to make. I came all the way to Kuala Lumpur because I knew that I wanted to learn more about Islamic feminism, about how faith can be the starting point for social change-- especially when it come to human rights. I came all the way to Kuala Lumpur because I wanted ...