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... the reception counter and headed out for a wander. We made our way past the KL Tower and onto the Petronas Towers, the main landmark of KL, twin parallel towers connected by a skybridge. Similar to Singapore, some large shopping malls surrounded the area. There were plenty of stores to make us feel right at home, we even stumbled upon an M&S! We headed straight to the food section to drool over our favourite comfort foods, a mound of cookie tasters sat on the counter, ...
... map! The owner was at home but they were busy working. Not really but they soon put they barbers jackets on a posed for a photo with Chris in one of the four Stainless steel chairs that were imported from China in 1966. Still more shopping on the way back to the mono rail . The return fare was 60p each ! Journey took about 20 mins each way. We were happy to have had yet another adventure and seen a ...
... around. Then we changed and enjoyed afternoon tea. Tasty crab croissants , scones and variety of cakes. Did swim loads and off walking later so think I'm allowed. We decided to take the courtesy bus to a shopping mall that Chris remembers from his days in KL. On the way we passed all the main sites and got held up in demonstration about the ex prime minister being in jail. The mall was definitely in need of a refurbishment but still sold great sandals ...
... the good luck.
During the Chinese New Year, lion dance troupes from the Chinese martial art schools or Chinese guild and associations will visit the houses and shops of the Chinese community to perform the traditional custom of "cai qing" (採青), literally meaning "plucking the greens", whereby the lion plucks the auspicious green vegetables like lettuce either hung on a pole or placed on a table in front of the premises. The "greens" ...
... so our walk home through the golden triangle took a long time. To make things that bit more interesting I was struck with a sudden wave of my stomach feeling like it was turning itself inside out. I was running round KL in an urgent yet careful manner. I was definitely at danger state critical. I spotted a subway and dashed to the back and started to relax.. To my horror there was no bathroom. I am not exaggerating when I say that I was literally at the point ...
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