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... we woke up, and decided to have a swim - the pool was looking SO inviting. The water is the pool was just an idyllic temperature, and we swam around till a thunder storm arrived, and it began to pelt with rain.
Went to the dining room about 6.30, only to ...
These past few days were spent doing some serious R&R at the AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort. These Maldive-style resorts were located on stilts above the ocean. Walking out onto our balcony we were literally right above the water. Sadly it was too high to jump off of, but it was still paradise nonetheless. This resort was crafted in the shape of a palm tree on the the water. The trunk housed the single bedroom bungalows while ...
... and I don't want to leave. No bad attitude, the people are laidback and tolerant, there is yummy food everywhere (except Putrajaya, where I saw no food at all - perhaps public servants there all take cut lunches to work every day), and the energy of this place is amazing. The government here has a campaign called Wawasan 2020, "Vision 2020", instituted by former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammad in the 1990s and which seeks to turn Malaysia into a First World country ...
... that joins the two towers. Interestingly, the bridge is not permanently connected to the two towers, as it is designed to be able to move as needed for environmental adjustments. Once on top, we each experienced some slight dizziness, as we were told we might, because the top levels were designed to sway as well to adjust for earthquakes and wind, being designed to withstand winds of up to 160 km per hour. Going down, we descended all ...
... who want to walk across them. We joined the procession in our street, and followed on for a while as gifts of flower garlands, fruit and candles were handed up to those honoured enough to travel on the statue, to then be blessed and given to the deities represented by the statue. It was fascinating, colourful, and inclusive. We obviously stood out as tourists, but people waved and smiled at us, excited to include us. We were given so many boxes of noodles and bottles of water, ...
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