Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya
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... we have been using over the last couple days became apparent as our bags weighed in 2kg lighter! We looked at the two small souvenir shops that the airport offered and then headed through passport control for our flight back. It was delayed by 30 minutes which is really noticeable in such a small airport, but after that we were on our way. We spent the whole flight watching TV shows on the laptop which helped pass the time but it did feel quite long, I think ...
... Now being 28, I do feel like I am approaching 30 very quickly. Breanne had purchased a g-shock watch for me in Singapore; a very nice present and convenient item to have for travelling. For the entire trip up to this point, we've been using the ipad to tell time, but it just isn't the same as having a watch; a quick flick of the wrist is much easier than going into our backpack to determine the time. We spent the day going to Batu Caves, Central Market and of course ...
... most popular temples outside of India.
We entered the first cave which had lots of interesting figures built into the cave walls. The next cave was a steep climb up 272 steps. It was not to hard but with the heat it was a sweaty one.
At the top was the temple inside. It seemed very empty inside and with the shops and barriers has seemed to have been ruined a little bit from its original state.
A few steps back down and across was another cave ...