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... we're defineitly coming back to Malaysia. The lights stretched as far as the eye could see! There were lights on every building and outlining every road. It looked like we were watching a giant carnival! The streets wound back and forth along the earth like rivers, and the lights made everything easy to see. It was quick shot of excitement (and energy) to help us get ready for our sprint to our next gate!
The plane landed in Kuala Lumpur, ...
... are from England, like us they are travelling to Southampton. Counting Kerry and Shebana from Durban we now have a full complement of 6 at the dinner table.
In the evening we saw a Woody Allen film Blue Jasmine about a hopelessly narcissistic lady who appeared to have come to a sticky end by the end of the film. Tomorrow we should wake up in the port of Langkawi an archipelago of 140 Islands some 300 Km north of us and off the west coast of Malaya.
... clove cigarettes mixed with burning tyres. I'm guessing there's slashing and burning on Sumatra again.
After braving the taxi touts at the airport I caught a shuttle bus to KL Sentral, Kuala Lumpur's rail and coach hub. I never thought the bus trip would end. KL's suburbs just go on and on and on. Unusually for large Asian cities, KL has a vast, unplanned, suburban hinterland consisting mainly of single-family homes and small walk-up ...
... ready for our flight home the following morning, then crashed out. The following morning we had breakfast, paid our bill and jumped into a taxi. We left with mixed feelings. Happy to be heading home and getting to see our family and the cats, yet a little sad that it's all over. All those months of planning the wedding and the honeymoon that felt like for ever, and now the wedding and the honeymoon is all behind us now. back to normality again. We still have lots to ...
... here before getting back on a bus for 4 hours down
Go to the sky bar for a free view of
the towers and the city, best a night, and buy the cheapest drink and
linger on it; though for the booth windows you have to prepare to
wait on a list (or do as we do and pick someone on there own and ask
if they mind if you join them). There is also the Menara Tower which
is half the price of the Petronas towers and, as ...