City Campus Lodge & Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur
... from the speaker. It said we couldn't eat our own food on the plane. Dad was about to suggest that i eat my muffin but remembered what the voice said. He grabbed the muffin and hid it in my bag so i could just reach through the zip and grab a piece without the air people knowing that I was eating. After a little while we reached the airport and had to leave the plane. We went through another few rounds of security before we got out of the main airport. It took a ...
You know that feeling when you are getting the flu? Not a cold, but full blown influenza. Your body has this buzzing, tingling, vibrating, restless kinda feeling. It's like a little war has broken out all over your body as your immune system starts the fight against the infection. I have that feeling now. I have that feeling always. But I don't have flu. And it's not exactly the same sensation as flu, but it's the best way I know to describe it. I also have pain. Aching ...
... rides, and a small zoo. For the boys it was pretty easy to fill in the five or so hours that we were there.
Dinner was in the hotel tonight which was lucky as we experienced our first tropical down pour. Being on the 9 and 10th floors of the hotel, we were able to get some pretty good views of the lightning storms (emphasis on storms rather than storm!) that were going on around us. As tends to be the case it soon enough rained itself out.
This was lucky ...
... the temperature though.
That evening we shared the wine that Kirsty had brought back from New Zealand with an enormous amount of walnuts (apparently they grow them in NZ) and a bit of chocolate. Delicious! I miss wine, so much larger over here and it just isn't the same.We went out for dinner and then some drinks. Cracking night.
The day after we went to do some shopping. K.L. has lots of shops and several shopping centres all ...
... wouldn't come out.
After that splendid performance we head to Chinatown to see what is happening. Again many of the shops were closed so we headed to the temple to see what was happening. You could smell the incense from a street away. Wearing sunglasses the smoke was burning our eyes but regardless we went inside. There were many people offering prayers and burning incense, not just sticks but also coils above your head, there was no escape. The temple workers were ...
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