Crystal Crown Hotel Petaling Jaya
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Big day today - we were at Rugby by 9.00am Boys played hard and Isaac seemed to enjoy being with the boys. Left there and were at Alex's gym by 11.15. We had lunch near there then headed to Batu Caves. Sadly no monkeys for reason unknown. Up 300 steps to the caves and we did a tour of the dark cave with a great guide but Alex was the main event chiming in with words of wisdom and some rather intelligent ...
... now would be senseless since I only would have one hour there. I headed back to KL sentral, where I got myself a MCflurry oreo (Yummy) while waiting for Ania.
Ania arrived and we went to the Batu caves. When we arrived we treated ourselves with fresh cocos milk. However most people you'll find here are tourists it seemed to be a nice place, enormous statues, half tamed monkeys and a 272 steps counting stairs leading to the cave.
When we reached the ...
... beautiful reddish- brown coat.
Females- Also reddish-brown coat but much more petite weighing only half the amount of the male. No big nose or stomach.
Infants- sparse blackish fur and bright blue faces with tiny little upturned grinch-like noses.
Diet is completely herbivorous- leaves, fruits and shoots. Consuming only Vegetable matter (leaves, non-sugary fruits, fruit parts, seeds and flowers). ...
... with me, so after one piece I offered up the other two to the family beside us and they happily accepted.
After the Duran adventure, we walked down Jalan Alor and as suggested by bloggers, we looked for the busiest place, which turned out to be a place called Wan Ah Wah. I remembered reading about it on trip advisor as a place people liked, so we sat down for a few dishes, including their famous chicken wings and giant, cold Asahi beers to help cool ...
... the locals eat. So we went to this Indian restaurant, served cafeteria style. The restaurant was on the corner of a strip mall and was wide open to the outside. Copious ceiling fans were there, all in all it was quite comfy. The oddest part is the guys I am working with don't use any utensils even though over half the plate was rice, they would tear ...