De Palma Inn Kuala Selangor
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... wanted him to be my instructor. The lady seems much nicer and says to me "I like anyone who can annoy JC!" It was not my intention! Anyhow I survived and it was worth it. Shame no turtles though. The girls saw a lot of seaweed but Bean saw a shark! At least there were no monitor lizards as we saw yesterday on the way to Yoga! We head back and Joanne is there encouraging as always. Log book filled, and plans to stamp tomorrow we head back. I'm shattered and having tummy pain, I ...
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... lounge after a super quick and friendly check in complete with assistance on lifting our now hefty bags onto the thingy ... Kaz and I are having difficulty with our words at present ... Too relaxed? Plenty of food available and lovely surroundings and a view of the airport which Louis always loves. Louis had a new gorgeous Italian cousin but I will let Kaz tell that tale . Will keep you posted ...
... the butter and most of the Kaya before I could eat it. The lady asked us if we liked it, ' Oh yes ' I said nodding as Martin finished it off. I notice that so many Asian countried love everything sweet.
We checked out and made our way to Imbi metro and got the metro to BTS Bus Station. It costs 4.80 Ringits, this is about £1.00 total. Rather a lot less than a taxi would have been. We then walked across the walkway to the bus station. There were quite ...
... time in KL was limited however we have plenty of reasons to go back. It was a lovely city to stroll during the day, and equally as nice (and safe) during the evening. We also never got to see the Batu Caves (a big mosque) which I have been told is something that should be done, the Bird Park (apparently good) or the National Mosque. So Kuala Lumpur is definitely a place we won't overlook upon our return to Asia in the future. Even if it is just to go ...
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