Empress Hotel Sepang
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... in Chinatown), then headed to Bukit Bintang (a more upscale shopping district) and KLCC area (where the twin towers are). As is with most places in Asia, dealing with taxis was the greatest challenge and even that wasn’t so bad. About 4 out of 5 taxi drivers refuse to use their meters, opting instead to negotiate a price upfront. This gets a bit frustrating when you know that ...
... straightforward as it seems/looks but hey that is travel.
Getting on the plane was bizarre. The terminal had one thin entry point which I was hurried through. I was the last to board the bus and the first to board the plane. It is always the way.
I swapped two sets off seats whilst on the plane. It was half empty after all. We got some lovely views of the Pilipino islands south off Manila. Then later on at dusk, ...
Well what a nice surprise it was on Thursday evening...
we decided to drive down to the city for a night cap, went to a great bar, with amazing views.
I will be visiting there again.
Thanks Lee and Maz!
Friday was a busy day, lots of errands to run and lots more exposure to the diverse cultures out here.
In some parts of the city they have large speakers which ...
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 ...
... we are heading next weighs on my mind as we are usually practical travellers (I hate that word its so pretentious but it will have to do) who like to have a defined path set out.
Traveling with no real itinerary will take some getting use to, while I do like the idea of spontaneity, I’m far to practically minded and the biggest challenge for me over the coming months will be to let go and go with the flow.
At the moment that's the biggest challenge.