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They're more expensive than buses, dirtier than taxis, only friendly until you say 'no' and speak English very well until the subject of getting your change is brought up.
... Fortunately we land in the REAL KL airport, not the ghastly Low Cost Carrier Terminal. It's three hours between flights, but this again passes quickly, and we're sitting in our luxurious seats.
It's a shame the flight is five and a half hours. If only it was six, we would have a much better selection of films, thanks to the way Malaysia work it. Still, there's some which seem worth watching.
Reasonable food, not much to drink, which ...
... being defaced to conform with the Muslim rules. The tower was interesting and the lower parts quite ancient, but it was rather over restored. The pearl in the crown and best left to the last and the sunset was the tomb of the Mughal emperor, Humayun. Built fifty years before the Taj Mahal in Agra, it was clearly a forerunner. Set in large, peaceful gardens I thought it was beautiful, especially in the lovely evening sun, a splendid and touching memorial to a man cut short in ...
... Oh, oh, we small a rat, sounds like his friend's shop to us. No shopping, we state. Pleeeese...as a favour to me, he wheedles...just looking, no buying. No, we are firm. It was agreed at the start, no shopping. His demeanour is now changing. OK, you can go to the park, he says. Obviously very close and not where we want to go. We eventually agree on a compromise and he takes us to the Nehru Memorial Museum. We arrive at the Nehru Museum...very slowly. We're pretty sure he has taken ...
... retains its heat in the winter (however its so hot here most of the time the bed feels like someone has left the electric blanket on).
We spent our first morning watching the sunrise over the desert, lounging in our ‘Ali Baba’ balcony, eating some of the best food we have had on the trip, and waiting for the temp to hit 40 degrees. In the afternoon we jumped onto camels and rode into the desert to catch the sunset on the dunes and have dinner under the ...