Empress Hotel Sepang
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... at 50".
Yes, I have a Daily Mail reader for a brother.
Consequently I have withdrawn the story if it's going to be misinterpreted by idiots like him. It's too sad to write to be taken for Daily Mail fodder.
Apologies for anyone who has had to read this. Had to get it off my chest somehow. One final thing. He constantly quotes me as saying I take Temazepam. Idiocy is idiocy I guess. What I do take under prescription is diazepam. Which ...
... on the outskirts of the city and incorporate a number of cave temples. It is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India. The gigantic 100m high main Cathedral cavern is reached up a steep climb of 272 steps, no mean feat in the humidity and heat out here. To add to the excitement you need to dodge the collective of monkeys that gather along the steps and in the caves. Having looked around and negotiated the steps, monkeys and rain back down we had a quick look at ...
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 ...
As Tchi and Ben were only going to be with us for a week, we stuffed it full of as many good Malaysia experiences as possible - hawker food in Seramban with Kah Teng and her family; a couple of days on beautiful Pangkor island - sun, sea, sand, hornbills, mosquito bites, rented mopeds, monkeys and a really cute tiny holiday chalet; and a weekend in the cold Cameron Highlands with Yen Wei and his family in the mission hall ...
Me Christian and the German chick all headed on a Temple treck of the city, we started by going to the Guan Di temple, it was a Chinese temple (one of the oldest in KL). This is where the legendary 59kg copper Guan Dao (Chinese pole weapon) is located. Many have been continuously swarming this temple as they believed that the sword possesses a special power to bless and protect a person if he/she touches ...