Crown Princess Kuala Lumpur
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... and getting the occasional sip of coke. After Mc Donald's we went down to a coffee shop with free wifi because dad wasn't happy with Mc Donald's coffee. Dad got his coffee and I had some water, after a while I had published a new day on my blog and dad had finished his work. After we were both ready we went downstairs to the train station, we took a short train ride back to Pasar Seni and walked back to the hotel. Once we were there, dad had a long ...
... was up at 7 in the morning. It took some convincing before I accepted that this dull circle was infact a smog covered sun. After collecting our things we trained past palm oil forests that looked lush and unnatural. Dotted along them were sheds and shacks. This is not a place of wealth. We spotted a dirty yellow Hotel Sentral near KL central train station and reluctantly made our way past street sellers, coconut piles and open sewerage to the ...
... 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.
After a lie-in to about ten o'clock I woke to the smell of a bacon, sausages and eggs. Simon and Emily had been slaving away downstairs over the hob cooking up a storm. Complete with brown sauce and a cup of coffee the feast was soon gone. It was lovely to be able to indulge in such hospitality. My only qualm would have to be with Simon's scrambled eggs. We've discussed previously, quite passionately in fact, that his ingredients are somewhat lacking. When we were ...
... called Dome. After lunch we walked around the Lake Symphony which hosts the musical water fountain. We also managed to find a suitable place for taking of our new flag picture.
From the PETRONAS Twin Towers (stop no. 17) we went to the Bintang Walk (stop no. 6) which is a part of so called “Golden Triangle”. The Golden Triangle is Kuala Lumpur's main shopping and nightlife district. It includes the ever busy shopping area of Bukit Bintang, the ...