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... more humid. I actually a had to wear long sleeves in the evening, and my wind jacket when we went even higher up to the mossy forest. It felt like being in the Blue Mountains, on a cool summer day. We went on a half day guided tour, to see all of the local sights in one hit. So, we saw the mossy forest(which is apparently about 220 million years old), a tea plantation ...
... no idea if this was to make the cafe sound more 'English' to the Malaysian tourists or if the owners just didn't realise that playing Christmas songs in May is slightly weird. Nevertheless we enjoyed some very English tasting tea (with fresh milk!) and scones whilst jingle bells played in the background! Being a bit of a tea fiend, Ross particularly enjoyed having a decent brew, whereas I chose the more unconventional scone and water combo. Of all the places we've visited ...
... from the previous day and walked to the Petronas Towers, visited Petronas Science (an activity centre for kids based around the oil industry) and caught a movie at the mall.
We really enjoyed Kuala Lumpur and all agreed that we could have spent another night there. The prices were very reasonable for food and entertainment and the guesthouse was perfect for our needs.
We flew from Kuala Lumpur to Istanbul on another ...
... the guy let us sleep on his living room floor which was an experience to say the least! Anyway, enough about that day, it angers me just thinking about it! The days spent in Melaka mostly involved wandering around and exploring! There was a lot going on because of Chinese New Year and the town was really packed. It's a charming town that still has a lot of its history in tact thanks to being a unesco heritage site. Plenty of ...
... the morning. We certainly won't miss the rats when we move on!
These were our last 2 working days at the zoo and as we finished our final shift this afternoon we were quite sad to be walking around the cages saying goodbye to all the O's - Abu, Ana, Chokey, Katie, Punky, Manga, Tsunami and the Chimps Joe, Max, Julie, baby Ben and his mum Tina and Black.
I think that as we come to the end our spell ...
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What a location! opposite the golf course lovely, but what were they thinking about when it comes to food? the breakfast is awful and do not eat there at night the chef obviously does not taste his own food!!
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