Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya
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This morning i went to watch Robbie play rugby in the city. Kirstie meanwhile was getting pampered :). In the evening we went over to KLCC to see the Petronas towers from a bar on the 33rd floor opposite them,great view. After a few drinks we went down to food street for a Chinese and a foot massage ...
... in school and are going to work for very similar companies. Katrina and Lauren are kindred spirits and always enjoy spending time with each other. We waited till about 9:00pm but still no Kyle and Katrina (they were supposed to show up at 7:00pm!) We assumed there plane had been delayed so we grabbed our devices and headed back to Wild Ginger to eat some food and check our emails and see if they had messaged us. We walked the 7 minutes through the now ...
... walk back we got caught by a storm once again, the normal thing that happens on a typical afternoon in Malaysia. This one was right on top of our heads and dropping on all the antenas around us... another panic attack.
We finished the day with our first beer in 3 weeks (we drank alcohol last on Sonkran) and some nibbles.
It is now Wednesday and we have had an awesome time in KL. This city is small enough to walk everywhere but has lots ...
... and instead went vis the National Mosque to the Central. Market. After looking around there I wondered over to Chinatown to buy something off a street cart I had seen on TripAdvisor. She was packing up when I was in Chinatown on Friday. I selected the mixed option for RM5. It was all very good, albeit I would've appreciated more flavour. As there was plenty of time left in the day I decided to venture out to the Royal Selangor factory. When I excited the station ...
Oh! The irony - splashing out an extra $40 for an Air Asia hot seat so I could have lots of room to stretch my legs out and wouldn't have to struggle past my row-mates to get into the aisle. Alas, hot seats don't have arm rests that can be lifted, they have little walls, permanently separating the punters. So even though I had my row to myself I couldn't stretch out along the seats!
I had pre-purchased my Thai green curry, water and ...