Beltif Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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First thing in the morning I had to drop our carnet (passport for our vehicle) to the front desk for a registered courier to pick up and bring to the shipping agent Essential Logistics, at the port in Selangor. Looks like something's moving, we're hoping to unpack Skippy by Sunday.
As we were at a loose end for the rest of the day, we …
... for my first teaching day, and then will drive home to Camellia Serviced Suites (yes, that is the name of where I will be living....posh eh?!!) to collect my keys and move it. I am fully prepared for a manic week ahead! Wish me luck!
I will attach some random photos now of things we've been up to- I've nicked some photos from other KL friends on facebook so its a random collection but I think they are nice. Enjoy!
... trying to stop coughing by sucking on catarrh pastilles (disgusting) and wondering how Anthony was able to sleep in what looked like a painful pose as his head had fallen down onto his chest. At least I had Henry II - my neck pillow. Henry I didn't quite make it back from his travels in the Western states of America (but that's a whole different story.) It wasn't long before we had got up, switched seats, changed our positions and Anthony had even given up and started to ...
... Inside, we happily discovered that there was a newer, more tourist friendly Hotel Sentral around the corner, and that was where we were booked. To get there, we walked with our packs down an alley way full of waste and people desperate to sell their wares. The smells of oil, curry, seaweed and rotting rubbish filled our noses while the hot air whispered around our bodies. My eyes darted to dangers all around us and rested on a tortoiseshell cat ...
... happily accepted the usual delay as it would have meant more time in bed - Malaysia you are far too efficient! With a quick Macdonalds breakfast in our bellies we made our way to our hotel, arriving at 7am and completing our 22 hours of travel between Thailand and Malaysia.
With a day to kill in KL we revisited some of our favourite food spots from our previous visit, enjoyed the brilliant shopping malls and just chilled out before our flight to Borneo the following ...