De First Inn Kuala Lumpur
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... and their son Felix.
It was so good hanging out with these lovely people again. The kids had a ball playing with each other and it was such a great way to start the trip.
Of course we got ourselves down to Circular Quay to check out the Bridge and the Opera House. The weather was fresh but sunny and the whole of the harbour looked just magnificent.
We hopped on to the ferry and headed over to Manly. We sat on ...
... I went to see the ''kewl'' city of KL.
Walked around through the whole day...walked... because KL is so small, it would be a shame to take a public transport, even tho some of it in here is free.
As for capital city I find it real cute, quiet and polite. There is no aggressiveness, ( at least I experienced none of it just yet...but then again knowing my luck...uhhh)
Sightseeing in KL surely ...
... going on probably because it was the morning so we got a taxi home and had some Haagen Das Ice cream. We had a well earnt snooze and then Rania and I went to the 'gym'. We had a shower and did our hair only to see that it was absolutely tipping it down outside. Big thanks to Kez who made it stop raining when she bought an umbrella made out of plastic and cling film. We took a walk to the Traders hotel and went up to the sky bar which ...
... out to the convention area and visited the Aquaria KLCC. It's great to see so many different species of fish native to Malaysia. The most interesting thing the shark tank walk where great whites, sting rays and number of fish swim over the guests. The Amazon tank was well stocked with giant salt water fish, very impressive. The heat is now building up so I spend a bit more time inside the Petronas base to see Galeri Petronas, a modern design ...
We expected KL to be just like Bangkok, but it wasn´t at all! We were very lucky to know a family friend out there and he showed us around a place called Malaka and let us stay with his family for a couple of nights, they kept us very well fed and watered and we were happy to be in other people´s company.
We left their house and spent 5 nights in a hotel in the centre of KL, the room messed with our minds as there were no windows so our sleeping ...