Carlton Holiday Hotel & Suites Shah Alam
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... when your roof leaks on your bed or your eye is swollen shut from overzealous mosquitoes. Throughout the predominantly Muslim country I was met with the polar opposite opinion of the religion that exists in other areas of the world. I sat next to a woman in full burqa on a train, who was checking her appearance on her smart phone, making sure her eyes were neatly framed by black cloth. There were women running, and groups of teenagers shopping - the women ...
... and watched some movies on the tele. Still with a huge pile of washing sitting there screaming at us 'wash us' we washed a few items not knowing where to hang them, and with no window to allow sunlight in and dry them! Fingers crossed they'll dry on their own accord! We got ready and went down town to the undiscovered part of the city, the street with all the bars and restaurants! We googled the pub we were going to ...
... to kick off my visa "renewal", and after some planning and clever thinking, I'd booked a hotel within walking distance from the embassy meaning that I had to get a taxi an extra half hour out of town.
The problem with the taxi was that even though the guy assured me he knew where he was going, as we neared the general area, he declared I was where I asked to go to. Luckily for me, I had done some forward planning in case ...
... outside the front door. I was prepared for this in concept, but when it came time to actually part with my shoes -- my only shoes -- I got nervous. There was a sign that said valuable shoes could be brought inside. That meant stowed on the floor inside the hostel. After getting the tour, I snuck out and put my shoes on my bed under my backpack. There are 6 people in my dorm. I was the last one there, getting in at 330. It was a little awkward at first, ...
... foot packet that includes liver and intestine- have to say was not my favourite- I couldn’t eat it. The thing I appreciate about this tour is that they seek out the small business people who have been there for generations and try to support them. It was sad to hear though that many of these types of stalls will be finished once the elderly owners die because the next generation has had no interest in taking on the family business.