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... you get to see a bit of the jungle including the Canopy Walkway. We also saw some monkeys, but there were plenty more the next day when I visited Batu Caves.
... and the Chinatown market itself, which we immediately went back out to explore. Finding a little inner food area with lots of stalls and central tables, I ended up having two teas - everything just looked so good and I would happily have eaten anything and everything. First up was a foil baked chicken curry and rice, and then having observed some impressive naan making skills at a stall right next to us I went for a garlic naan tandoori ...
... eat it 8 more times to appreciate it, but we'll see if we will waste our monies on such a peculiar fruit again (when apparently mangosteen is also indigent here and delicious). Tomorrow we leave for the Cameron highlands, where the climate is much cooler and the wifi will be sparser, or at least not free. I will still be writing because I enjoy journaling (I desperately want to hold on to detailed memories many years from now) and will try my best to post in a timely ...
... this was plenty of time as the walk to the bus stop was not far away and once on the bus it only takes 5 minutes max. Well, we were mistaken. Got to the bus with no problem, however the bus on the other hand decided not to turn up. We waited for well over an 50 minutes, as other buses came and went. We decided enough was enough and went to wave down a cab. That too wasn't easy as some drivers refused to take us and they didn't know where the hotel was. Finally ...
... mattress by a window, with our drinks, gazing down at the streets and city lights below us. We could have stayed there ALL night... But when we noticed the staff were kind of beginning to hang around awkwardly and we were the last ones in there pretty much, we decided to make a move back to our room. My oh my, oh what a night.
So all in all, a great 36 hours in KL... Plush, exquisite hotel room... Dazzling views of the Towers and the city ...