De Palma Hotel Kuala Selangor
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... not that either of us our very domesticated with a sowing kit anywho!) He went to try on a pair of shorts choosing two sizes. Before we went traveling, Colm had lost a fair bit of weight due to being on nights but whilst he has been enjoying the food over here in Asia, he is back to being a good size. We just didn't realise that we needed two sizes bigger than what we thought! It was absolutely hilarious in the changing room, Colm was making me cry with laughter from his ...
Today when we woke we were in Malaysia. Port Kelang, Kuala Lumpur. We had a bus booked to take us all into the city to a theme park called Kidzania. We passed thru customs and waited at the marina. After sometime of waiting without any sign of the bus, I called the bus company to be told the bus had broken down and there was no ...
... murky, it’s still an amazing colour but not clear enough to snorkel which is what I was really looking forward to doing.
The food here is absolutely amazing! For me anyway.. as its lots of seafood and chicken and only costs like 40p.
My highlight of Malaysia has to be the jet skiing, it was so ...
Since we had an extra day in KL, Chris found a day tour we could take to the country, since we wouldn't get that culture-rich, small city feel in the city. The "fishing village and fireflies tour" took his eye. We googled the tour and found a reasonably priced private guide. Gumas was our friendly guide. He met us at our hotel and we were on our way! After a little traffic we were soon out of the city. We passed a hospital where Gumas told us one could go for a checkup ...
Day 2 Webster Holiday An early start with the boys rising at 5.30am, after getting into the hotel around 10pm. It was nice to have the time to bath, play & read to them for a change. Breakfast at the hotel then off on a long walk to the Petronas Towers. The boys are both amazing walkers, thanks mostly to their nanny Jana, for making them walk everywhere. The towers were closed due to a ...