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... Afterwards, I set about getting the photos I had had taken over the previous two days retaken with me wearing my new cap. I also enjoyed the 3D experience which was just a 3D ad for the Grand Prix.
Lots of people had turned out in special gear today. An Indonesian Ferrari club were wearing shirts they'd had with an adapted version of a famous Raikkonen saying, instead of "leave me alone, I know what I'm doing" the shirts said, "Leave me alone, I'm going to Ferrari."
... But as we approach our first station about 15 minutes out from KL central we start to see some very high end shops and homes.
This is a young city just over 200 years old and a prospector town, the name Kuala Lumpur means muddy confluence. The Chinese prospectors who discovered the mineral wealth here named it after the meeting of the two rivers it has certainly come a long way since then.
We get ...
... were at the wrong airport for our flight later so took the shuttle bus round to the international one. Sorted ourselves out here by checking our bags into storage for the day, grabbing some much needed food and asking about getting into town for shopping and cinema. Got the express train and then the metro to the big KLCC shopping mall... It was humungeous! And much to my delight had some Christmas decorations up. Like the big kid I am I ...
... disembark, the train headed off back in the direction we has come from. Turns out there is only one stop. So we remained cool and joked about riding the train for the fun of it... Good thing we had sufficient time to get lost and find our way back. Arrived in Hanoi feeling very weary but once again Kirsty (Travel Managers) had everything organised and in no time were at the Hilton freshening up before exploring the surrounding area. We travelled business ...
... design and the architecture of the temple. It kind of reminded me of the Ipoh Road Thandhayuthapani Murugan temple. We walked around the temple area and noticed that there was a Samadhi and I recalled reading about it when I googled about this temple.
We met the priest and he performed an archanai for us. Sheelan then started conversing with the priest on the history of the temple and he shared some valuable information to us. We were surprised by ...
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