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- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Although you may think having dark clouds might ruin the view of the city, it looked pretty impressive, especially with the occasional flash of light. By the time we were back at ground level the heavens had opened. Luckily, as I'm the designated weather man on this trip, I had seen the potential of thunderstorms and sensibly suggested we took our rain jackets with us. This probably won't be the last time we'll be having to wear them because the weather for the next week in Malaysia ...
... a bit more knowledge there would have been no need. KL is cool. 96 degrees in the shade.
Right, if you don't want politics and just want holiday pointers skip the next few paragraphs. Because, as I mentioned previously, I'm here to educate and inform (and learn myself). Like the BBC but with a real left wing bias. Here goes.
Malaysia stands as a symbol for SE Asia. A lead to be followed - but full of corruption. This is not the last time you will see ...
... hardly a triumph of branding; why not call it the SAFTB (**** Airport For Tight *******s) and be done with it? Luggage reclaimed, and taxi voucher purchased, into a taxi. And try to explain to the driver where the Hotel Maison Boutique is. We had been warned no taxi drivers have ever heard of it, but we had also been told how to describe it. The driver treated it as a fun challenge, which was a relief. And we still spent ages driving round and round before we ...
... that Pandu Lalu was on the big M sign. "I've seen that" I said, "it's back out the road". So we turned around and headed back but couldn't find them. We eventually did find them about 500 metres from where we first turned around. I know some Malaysian now - Pandu Lalu means "drive through"and is not the name of the store. Good roads all the way and most of the way was lined with palm plantations - palm oil, we ...
... And boy was it buzzing. You could barely move down the street, PLUS cars were even allowed to drive down here. Whaaaat?! After walking the whole street, we set our hearts on a Malaysian restaurant (well we are in Malaysia...) and literally ordered a BANQUET... All for a grand total of only... £16. This included roast duck, Singapore noodles, steamed rice, garlic mussels, BBQ satay sticks and sauce, and two beverages. WOW. We were sat outside on a ...