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... for another couple drinks in the hotel bar. We wanted an early night as we had a cab booked for 6:30 am back to the airport for our flight to Hong Kong. Both of us showered... again! Honestly the shower was outrageous and we have to take advantage of luxuries like this when we can. We decided to try a different hotel bar so headed to level 10 and the hotel pool. Here we sat, had a couple of beers and relaxed in our last bit of luxury before packing and ...
... Really good movie by the way. To end the night we had kebabs and shesha. The next morning we went to the batu caves. We walked up 200+ stairs to get to the cave. Inside we received our good luck blessing which was a mixture of white, yellow and red paint dots on our foreheads. By the entrance of the cave stands a massive gold hindue statue which was quite impressive. After the caves we went to the central market for lunch. It started pouring buckets outside so we ...
... spot where Daniel and I had decided to sleep.
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After the most amazing time travelling through south east Asia, Daniel and I were finally on our way to London. Our last hurdle: a 16 hour layover in Kuala Lumpur. Although we had booked a hostel in the city so that we could get a good night of sleep, we discovered upon landing that we were not going to get far with the $27 USD we ...
... people, locals or tourists, walking around. As we were walking round there was a huge lizard on the path walking towards the river. I pointed it out to Kirsty, but when I turned around she was 50m behind me and still backing away, suggesting that we walk a different way. I had forgotten about Kirsty's fear of all animals. Hilarious. The lizard waddled onwards to the river and disappeared and so we were able to carry on walking.
Next to the park was ...
... decided to go and see a small community just one tube stop from KLCC called Kampung Baru. The reason for the visit was to try and experience the KL of old, as the community in question hold the most sought after plot of land in KL. Having never sold to developers it is one area that is not littered with high-rise buildings, and so provided a real contrast to the modernising city being built around it; the difference was stark to see and the debate as to whether to sell in future would ...