Bintang Garden Hotel
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... We were befriended by the cook who was helping out for the day - it is his sister's place and made us feel welcome in a quite different dining place. Nearly everyone else was eating with fingers, there is no menu but everyone seems to know what to do.
tonight we must try the crab around the corner in one of a coupe of dozen Jalan Alor places; many choices but the pepper crab may get the ...
... city took us twice as long as the the previous day! Mainly due to bad organisation at the circuit, it almost felt like they'd never held the F1 before. Dinner was at a food stall just down the road from our hotel. Amelia wasn't a fan of the noodle dishes we chose because of the fairly strong taste of anchovies in the sauce. Good for me though, as I basically got two dinners! An early start to get to the circuit and in yet another long queue, all to get a scribble on a bit of ...
Day 53 - Tues 20th Jan.
Checked out and spent the day by the pool while waiting for our taxi. Caroline took this last opportunity to have a massage with the last of our Ringhits. Flew to Kuala Lumpur and checked in to our airport hotel for our forced overnight stop. Itinery changes were all sorted by Trailfinders who booked hotel and flight changes for us. No time to do much but have a quick look around the hotel, something to eat and bed.
... haggling the best price for a selfie stick :)
Day 2 we decided to head into the CBD to go up the Petronas Towers and do some sightseeing. We got lots of photos out the front of the towers but when we went to go up them, we found out they are closed on Mondays!! It wasn't a big deal though because we decided to go up the Sky Tower instead. Getting from the Petronas Towers to the Sky Tower seemed easy enough as we could see it from the road. ...
... the long flight we arrived in Sydney feeling quite refreshed. We are now another 3 hours head of our previous destination and 11 hours ahead of England.
We did our usual and went through the red channel. Australia customs can be very strict so we declared Jody's tea bags (comes under the plant material or herb section) and we declared our feather pillows we carry everywhere (comes under the animal or bird products). Thinking about it later we had intended ...