De Palma Inn Sepang
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... that every week or so Nic has a minor meltdown while she tries to locate her passport. Invariably it hasn't actually moved from where she left it, so I wasn't too concerned when the ritual started again yesterday. However by the time bags were being turned upside down and lips had started wobbling, I had to concede that this time there might be a problem. Under grilling it appeared that neither of us could remember even seeing it since we left Langkawi so this could be ...
... of the city (to be fair we obviously didn't cover much of the city), so we don't know if what we saw was a poor representation or not.
We stayed in Chinatown, next door to a large Indian temple (wtf?) that would bang on the drums and sing at all hours of the day and night. Also, the hostel itself was pretty bad so it wasn't like we had a lovely haven to return to at the end of the day.. or somewhere nice to just spend free time. But whatevs, this is an expeeerience not ...
... So I decided that I would try taking money out of the ATM instead. That worked great, and I took another 100MYR out.Only thing is that it gave me two 50's, which nobody wants to take. I saw a 7/11 and went in there to buy some water. When she "suggested" that I use a smaller bill, I just shrugged innocently and said that's what the ATM gave me. (Sidebar: the spacebar onthis computer ismessed up, but ...
The flight from the Gold Coast to KL went fine. An overnighter so no time wasted although I don't really like it. My neck is stuffed from sleeping in a weird position but it will be put right later on. Sitting having a coffee in the airport waiting for the next flight to Brunei. We only had a couple of hours between flights so again no big ...
... fun to joke around with. He is also very passionate about his work in helping to preserve Malaysian heritage buildings and areas.
We started the tour off with some breakfast foods at a typical Malaysian place that sells Teh Tarik (or pulled tea) which is tea and condensed milk that is poured back and forth between two tin cups- this takes some skill! Roti is also a typical dish we sampled roti with Kaya (which is a very sweet spread kind of like ...
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