Empire Hotel Subang
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... time to spare. We wanted to make sure we made it to our gate though and ended up booking it through the terminal in case the time had changed! Eric had both large backpacks and felt like he was in a cross fit event while Lauren, beautiful as always, followed behind with the small bags. We turned right then turned left, jumped on and off of moving sidewalks, dodged all kinds of people from different countries before finally reaching G8! Out of breath and tired ...
After my amazing break in South Thailand, I was back home. It was quite an eventful 1.5 weeks with lots of activity. The biggest achievement was my running training. I ran 63K in a week: 10K, 6.5K, 10K, 6.5K, 10K, 10K and 10K. Some of these runs were just so painful and I had to walk quite a bit, the others were really easy and I felt very empowered! I felt how i was becoming stronger and I felt very "I can do it!". I treated myself to watching films whilst ...
... conne ted by a spangled web of arterial roads and with plenty of "leapfrog" developments where countryside separates all these new subdivisions. It remjnded me a lot of South East Queensland. Once I finally arrived at KL Sentral I threw my backpack into a locker, and started exploring.
First stop: A commuter train trip to Batu Caves. A massive limestone pinnacle in KL's northern suburbs that is riven with a complex of caverns only discovered in ...
... to and to be excited about but I guess it's only natural to be feeling a little sad, post holiday blues. We arrived at the airport and the taxi driver pulled the old trick of not having change, but we where on a tight budget now as we only had a small amount of Rupees left and we needed all we had to pay the airport tax. We where very early with 3 hours to kill before our flight was due to leave so I told the taxi drive I needed the change, he made a story about ...
... a hill,
nearly the same height if you want to go higher for a view. Don't be
afraid to walk, you can't get that lost and things are closer than
you think; though the mono-rail is cool to experience too. Don't
worry about covering up ladies, as the mosques give robes for free
when you visit. Cycle the town in the evening, very cool vibe about
the place and flat all over so easy to ride; traffic not too busy and
a lot cooler in the ...