De Palma Hotel Shah Alam
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... enjoyable 40 minutes watching a man make them on Sunday morning when we stopped in a local cafe beside the Central Market. I had expected to find Rendang curry on every menu but only found it at the Opium restaurant we wrote about in the last blog, this was a little disappointing. On the mornings we were curried out we found a lovely bakery that made all sorts of delicious pastries and breads. Not the healthiest option but ...
... Jon's sense of direction (he'll hate that I said that), it took us about 2 hours! When we finally arrived though, it was worth it and the view was spectacular. I'd actually recommend for people to go up the sky tower instead of Petronas as you then get the view of Petronas and can take some wonderful touristy photos. :)
With me leading the way, we then headed back to Petronas Towers for lunch. There is a beautiful park just under the towers ...
A few hours later all was back to normal and I sat watching my new favorite TV program.
Its a little like Coronation Street (for anyone that watches it, I normally don't) but in Urdu.
It can really throw down some rain over here, next time I will catch it on video, its quite impressive and the thunder is loud.
Think I will head into the city tomorrow, lots to do indoors especially if it stays wet?
... said it was up to me if I wanted an extraction but nothing like the $4000 ‘essential’ work I was quoted back in Adelaide.
We both had an extensive checkup, clean and x-ray and each paid about $70, the same procedure in Adelaide cost just over $300. Sharon unfortunately does need to go back and get some repair work done, partly because she is afraid of dentists and has been putting it off for far to long, but she feels totally at ease with ...
... please have a window seat. At this point I look down and she is printing boarding passes and stacking our passports. She then replies in semi broken English "No window. You (points at me) row 29, he 37. No seats together, flight is too busy." Now let's break for a sec while you catch your breath! You can only imagine the shear horror on our faces. We weren't even seated together let alone have a seat between. The next part is almost a little bit of a blur for me. I ...