Carcosa Seri Negara
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... We bargained to 45 Ringott, but then I realised my wallet only had 35. He was still willing to do the deal.......bargaining lesson learned for when I arrive in India!
The plan then was to head to the 'Rootz' night club, located in the downtown hub of KL, recommended by the lady from Nilai I had met earlier in the day. Walking took a while, and on the backstreets I saw a lot of incomplete street work clashing with the ritzy neon lighting for several hotels ...
... The receptionist asked if I would like my hair wet - how they would have cut it dry I do not know?! I opted yes to the wet cut and sat in the chair. An Asian teen sidled over and started squirting water on my head, in the chair! He put a little water then a smidgen of shampoo and lathered it up bit by bit until I looked like Marge Simpson. Trying not to giggle at the strangeness of the situation, I kept my eyes closed and he begun to ...
... br> Durian, stingray and Cuban beer:
To make amends for the visit to the British pub we trekked out to the suburbs of KL for a food tour round the markets, food courts and lesser known areas sampling such treats as nasi lemak, stingray, some rather pork based market snacks, peanut pancakes and a salad that Matt remarked tasted like someone had emptied their store cupboard into a pot and mixed it together (turnip, pineapple, soy sauce, peanut and ...
... hand and I can totally look after myself now, much to Nic's relief. Apart from cleaning my lenses and washing my hair a couple of times, I've never asked her to do anything too grim so I think the friendship's safe... It's strange how things work out. Both Nic and I agree that we've really loved our time living in the suburbs. We've seen a side of Malaysia that we wouldn't have encountered otherwise and it's been great to just see how normal ...
... because they were placed at head height... When you were standing. Coat hangers had been used to bend through the holder and dangle the toilet paper low enough! We walked to the fireflies and were very surprised. When mum and I went last time it was a dingy little pier and we were the only people there; we were greeted with probably 150 others! They had made an attempt to make it touristy, adding a gift shop featuring no more than 10 items which were random things like thongs, ...