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... this eight floored mall there was every fashion brand you've ever heard of and it was all pretty exclusive. On the bottom floor there was a Formula One exhibition and a live band. We went down and discovered that Malaysia is the location for this weekend's race and Lewis Hamilton and Niko Rosberg will be attending the mall tomorrow to do some sort of meet and greet. We then entered the Patronas Towers, the ninth tallest buildings in the world, and realised it was possible to go up ...
... being environmentally friendly, with towels and linen, but it is the first hotel we have stayed in that had a recycling bin. We pop out to KL city centre on the light railway and, after an unsuccessful hunt for Kirsty's new shoes in the shopping centre, we grab dinner in the food court. My cold is improving but having gone several nights without sleeping we return to our hotel where a huge and comfy king size bed awaits us. If I don't get to sleep tonight in this I won't sleep ...
... backed her out, the forklift held the back and Neville put the two back wheels back on. The guys on the wharf were very helpful. Then we waited about 3 hours for Customs to do the paperwork. Not sure what they did exactly as they only had to stamp some papers. Then a quick check of the ViN number and we were able to go. Surprisingly, they never wanted to look inside!! Just past Port security we came across a ...
... last few weeks. SO much easier and less hassle. Seeing as Santa's a fat judgemental man (but I do still believe I've been a good girl this year), I took it upon myself to be the judge of that... And buy the iPad as a Christmas treat for myself. There was a little bit more effort involved as we had to take a cab twenty minutes out to a posh shopping centre just outside of the city (as the main shopping centre in the city didn't actually have any in ...
... outside! With Kuala Lumpur being famous for its buildings we headed to KLCC (Kuala Lumpur City Centre) within which the Petronas Twin Towers are located. A short subway ride away, it was good to emerge to the skyscrapers dwarfing us straight away. The towers are famous for their sky bridge which connect them from which you can look out across the city - having seen a few skylines on our travels though we didn't bother with the £16 entrance fee. At the base of ...