De Palma Hotel Kuala Selangor
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... we had been there about 15 minutes and a massive storm started and we got totally drenched again. In the evening we went to a fancy bar on the 33rd floor of a hotel, it had a swimming pool with floating light balls and an amazing view of the Petronas Twin Towers. We were joined by Marco from Croatia, who was in our room at the hostel, we had some very pink cocktails that were far too sweet! But it was a really good and glamorous ...
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 ...
... was told that all the tickets for today and the next day were sold out (some for the next day were being held for walk-in's only and couldn't be sold) - darn it! They did tell me that tickets can be pre-purchased via the website so if I was coming back they advised to do this next time to save disappointment again - duly noted! After the disappointment of not being able to go up into the Towers I hung around the shopping centre at the bottom of the towers and had a late ...
... had dinner in the hotel which has three pools, a swim up bar and a stunning and very traditional Thai reception area however not one of the staff we have met yet understand even a very basic concept of English. I just kept saying one beer please slower and louder until I got what I had ordered!
Tomorrow we are going to investigate Krabi town which we have been told by several friends is absolutely lovely. ...
... of India. There were dogs that watched us and followed us from a distance, the roads are bumpy here, similar to Cambodia, and everything seems to be covered by a thing layer of dirt that’s been leftover from the haze produced by the thousands of cars, buses, and motor bikes that honk and speed tirelessly through the streets. It was a fun moment to realize that we were finally here! We’d been waiting so long to get to India and now we were walking ...