Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya
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... bit of a whistlestop, the area just oozed with sleaze and I wasn’t too comfortable with it. As a safe bet myself, dad and Peter went to the only place we knew the food wouldn’t kill us, the Hilton hotel (I know, cultural right?!). After a quick meal and flag find we then shot back to the shuttle bus, I can’t say I’ll miss the city too much, it was a real reflection of the dirty and busy Thailand I had been warned about. Those who had gone to Bangkok said much ...
... we discovered the amazing restaurant called Pak Putra. Here we had THE best tandoori chicken ever! The tandoori 'set' consisted of a juicy, succulent, spicy tandoori chicken leg or breast (must have been monsters because there was loads of meat) a perfectly cooked naan, salad, daal and green chilli chutney. Everything was prepared fresh and cooked to order in giant tandoors. Absolutely delicious washed down with a salt lassi. So delicious in fact we ...
... guide office was to be ready for the next day. The Central Market is a great place to find souvenirs and crafts that are from the area and a bit more "upscale" than the night markets with all of the knock off goods. It also has a great food court so we decided to stop for a bite to eat. I had lemon chicken and rice for 5 MYR (or about 2.50 CAD) and an iced White coffee for 4 MYR. White coffee is a special coffee that started in the Ipoh area of ...
... said, if your children built great big towers of Lego but then kicked the remaining bricks in the box all over the floor.
Tall buildings and some ethnically beautiful looking people. Like Mish. I liked Mish. I liked Mish a lot. I met him in 2001 when he came to England, like Brad, for university. Kings College London. In 2004, on my 40th birthday I got a call from Brad. He told me Mish had thrown himself from the top of a tall building in central London and was dead.
KL: 2200hrs Today my first overseas experience began. And I'm at it alone! I am nervous as hell but super excited and apprehensive all at the same. I'm sitting here I Kuala Lumpur airport. The first big international airport I've been too (excluding Australia). I have had a look around the airport - I found Victorias secrets and a chocolate only duty free shop! I have just completed the first ...