Carcosa Seri Negara
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... fishing hooks in their backs with limes hanging off them – apparently on the caves the priest will remove the hooks, rub in the limes and then cover all the cuts with ash. Anyway, it was by far the CRAZIEST festival i have ever seen. We arrived at 4am (it runs all night and all day- night is a good time to go though as its cooler and full of life) and it was a real shock to the senses. We started just watching the pilgrimage, which starts at a (dirty gross) river and walks along ...
... got some supplies from the supermarket and had a picnic lunch in the park. Jon then took me to ththe movies to watch "Taken 3". At first, we went into the wrong cinmea and only realised after 15 minutes that what we were watching wasn't a preview, it was an actual movie. Haha. It was a really lovely afternoon. We again spent the night in Chinatown.
Our last full day in KL included a visit to Batu Caves. We caught the local train there ...
... building. It really is breathtaking. I went online to try to buy tickets yesterday for today, and they were all sold out. You can get tickets on the day of if you get there very early (about 7AM, which is right now), but I decided that I was happy seeing them from the ground. Besides, you can see them from inside them! I also walked along the edge of the KLCC park, where the running trail is - it really is a neat space. I can't wait to go run there shortly, after some ...
... around and relaxed a bit. It's nice to be able to take off my pack and my purse and just lay down on the chairs for a little while. Eventually I got up and headed back to the gate I was supposed to be departing out of.
Sat down in the waiting area there and took a little nap. Eventually we started boarding and I managed to get in the front part of the line. I haven't had to worry about finding overhead bin space for a while since I've been ...
... walk to from Kuala Lumpur train station. So my journey lead me on the Monorail to KL Sentral then on the train to Kuala Lumpur train station. It felt like a little journey which was quite fun. After arriving at Kuala Lumpur train station I was pointed in the right direction and headed off. When I arrived however there was signs showing that public access was closed until 3pm which was 2hrs away. I was disappointed as I had checked on a website before heading over and according to ...