Crown Regency Serviced Suites
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We woke early to take in the beautiful surroundings once more before heading to a wonderful buffet breakfast. It was divine, every fruit you can think of and I think we tried them all and everything you could possibly want for breakfast. We sat there and had breakfast and lunch as per usual.
We checked out (very sad to be leaving) and the resort van took us to the airport. When we ...
... Batu Cave also seems to be the largest Indian temple in KL. There are many monkey in the temple. The huge golden Indian goddess and the Giant green or blue monkey god stand in front of the entrance. In addition, if you still have time like one day left from your trip, you can take a train to a bus station and then take a bus to another city nearby which is call "Putrajaya." It takes only 10-15 minutes by bus. To be ...
... and one of the many places we had miles of beach all to ourselves, Malacca, a poor mans Georgetown but none the worse for that, and finally the tea plantations where Malaysia really does show off what scenery it has.
It's just a ride, as Bill Hicks would say. It's just a ride. But it's been a great one. Love the life you live. Live the life you love. That's another quote from someone who died far too young (Bob Marley).
You never know when you have six months to ...
23 Feb 2015
During the flight I had spend most of my time watching some series such as HIMYM and friends, because it couldn't get asleep.
It was only a bit after sunrise when the plane arrived at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). On my way to the luggage reclaim I met Inge, a girl from the Netherlands who was here to backpack for a few weeks. Inge would meet Lisa - a friend of her who is already traveling in Asia for a couple of months- at KL ...
... made our way back to the Petronas Towers for the countdown. We jostled for our position and negotiated our way through the sea of selfie sticks and groups of teenage guys that seemed to be having dance off challenges left right and centre...! After trying a few different vantage points, we found what would be a great spot with a view of the towers which looked even more impressive at night. Turns out that we had also stumbled across what must ...