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... place and then it started to rain, heavy rain.
Malaysia was getting its wet season on the west coast of this peninsula. It
mainly only rained in the evening so it didn’t affect our time there really.
On our first full day we headed to the Chinese embassy. After
filling out the application forms and presenting our bookings, China itinerary
and passports to the lady at the desk she said we would need to have an
interview the next morning and they would take ...
... the elderly and kids will struggle. You can stop along the way to catch your breath or to take pictures. It can be quite wet especially if it's been raining so be careful, it was damp when we were there on Saturday morning but were lucky that is stopped when we arrived and started again when we left on the train.
We ate at The Pavilion twice, 1st at a German restaurant 'Weissbrau' had a schnitzel which was huge and very nice and the hubby had a sausage ...
... t work out exactly what was going on so vetoed that. Later in the afternoon, the early wake up call was starting to set in so we decided dinner and bed was needed. Dinner was at the most delicious, authentic Indian restaurant in Little India. Which really does have the feeling of being in a bazaar in Northern India. The curries are to die for and we have been craving one since our first visit. The waiters there cannot speak a jot of English which makes for some funny ...
... had sneaked through the netting some how. The park cost around £10 to get in.
After the park we had to start to head back as we had to be back to collect our luggage and then take the bus to the airport forour flight back to Bangkok.
KL had been a lovely getaway and change the scenery a bit from the Thai culture. Now that we have been here we won't return when we finally enter Malaysia.
Next Stop : Bangkok (Again)
Nathan & India x
... location. A 2 minute walk to the monorail which got you to Times Square and KL Sentral station to transfer to other lines. It was also a 2 minute walk to the covered, air conditioned, sky walkway that takes you to the Petronas Towers and KLCC park. Jalon alor- the road jam packed with food stalls- was on our doorstep too. I recommend heading to the far end of the road, to W.A.T, excellent chicken wings, satay and frog legs. In fact, the location is Orange Pekoes saving ...