Empress Hotel Sepang
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... city. Because of the distance and the traffic, we started back toward the port by about 3:00 PM.
The show onboard was pretty good -- a singer named Bobby Brooks Wilson (son of Motown singer Jackie Wilson). He sang many familiar songs from my teenage years and as well as doing impressions of people from Elvis to Johnny Mathis. We have another short distance to our next port, so it was early to bed for us again.
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... or by mono rail, over ground train, and for a fixed fee the cab was a good idea, as we had worn ourselves out. The taxi driver was playing BB King just what was needed. Arrived at KL airport. We wanted to leave some bags at left luggage, but when we saw how much, they are coming with us. We had booked business class as it was not much more. Went through to departures after quite a long queue at customes. KL is a huge airport so everything is spread ...
... of our hotel. The KL buses are actually free to use because KL is trying to promote use of public transit to ease some of the city's very congested traffic. This seemed like a good idea until we realized too late that this was in the heart of morning rush hour, so it took us a painfully long time to get downtown. I am not sure how people do this every day- I would not have the patience for it.
We got off at the ...
... stories with the cool old Malaysian owner). In the morning we went for a final breakfast with Kassim, obviously a roti with tasty dhal, and sadly said our goodbyes. Being a city KL was much pricier than other areas to sleep so we checked into a 26 bed dorm. Far from our expectations this dorm was very private with each bed being in an enclosed capsule with individual curtain. We stayed here three nights and went to see the iconic towers every day, then returned to the hostel's ...
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 ...