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... so an early start was needed but not before an hour snoozing time! We had breakfast in the gasto café which was located on the ground floor of our hostel. After eating, we knew that we wouldn't be back to this place to eat as it was not all that. We chose the hostel because of the location and right outside our door step (well 5 steps away to be precise) was the monorail station that would lead us to either KL Sentral or the opposite way towards the twin towers. We headed to ...
... get the train. The train system in KL is fairly self explanatory like other major cities and just had to catch one train to the central station and one directly to the Batu Caves. I spotted the Norwegian guys when I arrived at the caves but they went off ahead as they were in a rush to get to a tour they had booked. When I first walked out of the station I was surprised by how many markets stalls there were lining the street to the entrance of the caves (and in every direction). It ...
... version of striped bags.
We drive in the dark and witness a few in their pyjamas turning lights on and getting ready for the day. It's actually a bit cool driving in the early morning.
So we get there with 2 1/2 hours to spare at 6am as we normally allow 3 hours international and we find the most basic of airports....not even a flight schedule board lol.
And no one is there except cleaners and another couple.
I finally spot ...
... ALOT! But its fun, and after 15minutes my feet felt soooo soft I was ready to walk miles and started my journey again.
The traffic was becoming busy as it was "hometime for the locals" You have to just walk and cross the road, there are traffic lights and they do work, but you could also be stood there till Christmas, so get in with the locals and watch how they do it and you find yourself getting from A-B quite safe and easy.
... and although no where near as tall as some of the buildings we had seen in Shanghai and Hong Kong they are by far the most impressive and stylish we have seen. After a day exploring and walking miles in the ridiculously humid heat we ended it on the long, vibrant food street of Bukit Bintang once again having some seriously good food. The following day we visited little India which was literally like being in Mumbai! Almost ...