Cititel Mid Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Mall for some Thai Baht
****Eating, eating, eating, eating and more eating
Monday was cloudy but a very humid morning, I took forever to pack my large suitcase.
Tuesday was a very hot morning, hottest its been in a while, 37.9 in Kl.
I had the pool to myself most the morning then headed off to the shops.
... started at £30and was down to £10 after the third "no thank you". The traffic in this part of town seemed to be virtually stationary. The hotel concierge told us you cannot walk, taxis are very slow, soooooo it's best to take the train, and very clean, quiet, and efficient they are too. It's very hot and humid, the locals admit the same, so by 1 ish we were back at the mall under the towers to find sustenance and bask in the air conditioning. It's 5 or 6 floors, ...
Just decided to send a quick hello before school kicks off. I cant really remember what i messaged last time, and really cant believe i arrived here 2 weeks tomorrow....its been a real whirlwhind of trying to sort a life out in 2 weeks, but its been fun.
Had a staff meal tonight which was was lovely, as well as a staff social on Saturday which was great fun and ended up ...
... in a street cafe on Changkat Bukit Bintang for a cold beer. The second day, we jumped in a taxi (18Rp) to the KL bird park - "The biggest free flight avery in the world". We saw Ostriches, Emus, Parrots, Peacocks, Flamingos, Storks, Eagles, Pelicans and Bardy was (in his words) 'bitten' by a rare hornbill (see photo). The whole hill side of a lush park is enclosed up to about 20m high with netting and there are flocks of ...
... it. Some even believe that it has an inner force that can magically turn a person’s luck around as well. The origin of this temple comes from one of China’s greatest warriors known as General Kwan, Guan Di or Guan Yu. He was given the title of ‘God of War’ and many had chosen to worship him due to his excellent fighting and war skills. Many believed that with his blessings ...