Seri Pacific Hotel
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Well, I've done it. I boarded the plane, (well, planes, actually) and
have arrived in Kuala Lumpur. The flight from london to KL was
excellent, if a little bumpy, and I must've slept for at least half of
it, watched two films, and slept through a third.
I arrived, made it through passport control, a quick wash and change
... had a more sedate, rural and comparatively more pleasant feel to it by the day. That impression was a bit tarnished though after arriving in the station area, which had a dreadful tropical rotting fish stench in parts.
It's a harsh existence, I thought. The old run down buildings, with oppressive tropical humidity. I couldn't bring myself to take something from the street vendor there, just asking for a stomach infection. So I instead stopping in the nearby ...
We've been really lucky that my friend Belinda's parents have got an empty apartment on the outskirts of KL that we've been able to use to recuperate. It's a gorgeous 4 bed apartment on the 24th floor (strangely called 23A because 4's an unlucky number in Malaysia - who knew?!). The apartment is ready for sale so unfortunately there're no cooking facilities, wifi or TV. Because of that it's taken us a few days to fully get into the swing of how ...
... pants pockets to avoid them being stolen, but the monkeys were smarter and tried to pull her pants down to get the nuts! There had to have been 100+ of these silver leaf monkeys, the true number was shown when they all randomly went into hiding and you could see them in the trees. They were surprisingly friendly though, you would put a few nuts on your hands and although pushing eachother over to get the food they would very gently pick it up and put them in their mouths. ...
... dass es nicht all zu viele Touristen hierher verschlägt oder weil sie in der großen Stadt einfach untergehen ist schwer zu sagen.
Am Abend aßen wir –wie auch schon am Abend zuvor- in unserem Lieblingsrestaurant/-imbiss in Kuala Lumpur. Es gibt hier etwa 10 verschiedene Gerichte hergestellt aus insgesamt etwa 5 Hauptzutaten in verschiedenen Kombinationen: Fleischbällchen, Nudeln, super zartes Rindfleisch, Haferschleim und Hühnchen. Auf Grund ...