Gold Leaf Hotel
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... and other than go to the rooftop of the new hotel to see the view we didn't do much else until the evening, when we ate and had a look around Petaling Street, which was just behind our hotel. On Saturday Susie did some sightseeing! We ended up going to where I'd already been, walking around the park, and Merdeka Square. In the square, something was happening that was to do with the stage they put up. There were skateboarders doing tricks and things, and the road that ran along ...
... was ok. Not sure what happened. Nonetheless, due to the crowdless environment, we didn't really enjoy it this time. But as usual, the moment we drove into the area, we had a whole bunch of really helpful folks leading our car to ...
... a few chicken skewers and some prawn skewers. By the end of it I was very full and had spent less than £2!
After dinner we went for a drink of Jonker street, supposedly full of lively bars, but I can only assume that we were there at the wrong time of year because there was hardly anybody around. we opted for one drink and then went back to the hostel and spent the evening watching movies!
... on... The next beach was in a tiny bay, still looking out at the boats, still not super inspiring. We found a more promising option on google maps, and head up the coast for half an hour. Google tried to send us through a military base to get there, but the soldier at the gate wouldn't let us through - spoil sport. So like going on a bear hunt, we couldn't get through it, so we went around it... And found a nicer beach. By this point we were so hot and sticky ...
... and Koreans. I have a seat to myself in a carriage with 2+1 seating configuration. It will be straight to sleep when I get back to my hotel, dreaming of sweet, sweet durian, I hope.
(P.S.: I've decided not to include photos on this blog from now on. I don't know if it's Travelpod or my tablet but trying to upload photos to the blog is nothing but an exercise in heartbreak. I hope my words paint a sufficient picture of the things I see.)
(P.P.S.: Posted this a day late, my hotel's wi-fi is ...