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... Browns…Think about it, saluting your country and seeing the Legend perform his greatest accomplishments before every film begins…way cool if you ask me. I’ll for sure be talking to Regal when I get back and will play the “it's your patriotic duty” card to make that happen!:)
Anyway, I guess that’s it for now. Next I head to Kuala Lumpur for an overnight layover. Then I meet back ...
Adelaide. Start the day ready to go, lost the passport and then found it and away! First leg. Kuala Lumpur luckily I had a chai cappuccino. What is this? I'm glad you asked. I really don't know but it was different. A shot of espresso real frothy milk and then dusted with a copious amount of Chai flavouring, instead of chocolate. Certainly ...
... with our
application now and we will have them back definitely by next Tuesday. ‘But we
are flying to South Korea on Saturday’ we whined! We had read online that there
is an express same day service so we had thought that 2 full days would have
been plenty of time to get it sorted but apparently because we are not
Malaysian residents that service is not available to us. The lady at the
counter said we can discuss it in the interview the next day – ...
... stands proudly at 43 meters right outside of Batu Caves. It was erected in January 2006. The statue cost about RM 2,5 million and is made of 250 tons of steel bar, 300 liters of gold paint and 1550m2 of concrete. The statues isnīt only the tallest statue of Lord Murugan in the world but itīs also the tallest Hindu deity in Malaysia.
It is during Thaipusam (a Hindu festival) when thousands of people are attracted to the Batu Caves. We saw a lot ...
... leaves were the multi room villas. In the center of the palm leaves and at the tip of the trunk was the "clubhouse" where the spa, pool, fitness center, and a few restaurants were located. This resort was actually rather large. The two main modes of transportation throughout was either a golf cart caddy or by bicycle.
The first morning we were there it poured. And when I say poured, I mean full out hurricane style ...
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