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... a 5 minute walk from the Mosque.
The Mosque was opened only certain times for non-Muslims so we decided to go the Museum. The heat and humidity were difficult to tolerate and the moment we walked into the Museum, instant relief. The air-conditioning was as wonderful as anything we could image.
But, the Museum was outstanding.
World-class, this structure displayed Islamic artifacts, textiles, furniture, architecture, coins, ...
... From all the mountains I have climbed, rivers I’ve crossed, borders I’ve made my way across, all the lessons I’ve learnt, to all the stupid, foolhardy, crazy English guy things I have done! Life is awesome!
To everyone I have met, from those who I have just a few hours with to those I have spent a few weeks with, thanks for everything!
The planet is just one big giant playground and people are just good!
People who know me, know ...
... there is much more water flowing in the rivers and we are finding many more opportunities to see waterfalls than last year.
The travel in these countries is surprisingly easy. For the Pakse/Bangkok leg of this trip we stopped at a travel agency and for 60.50$ CDN for the 2 of us, we were picked up at our hotel by minivan, driven 1 hour to the Laos/Thai border, met and escorted over the border, delivered to the bus station in Thailand where we ...
We had a rather lesiurely start to the morning before catching taxis to the National Monument and Botanical Gardens. My luck continued with Taxi drivers. We had a guy who did not seem to know where he was going his taxi was pretty slow and even though we left before the others we arrived well after them so I have been labelled as the taxi jinx. I really liked the National monument. The monument was erected to commerate those who had died in Malaysias struggle ...
Well, we've been in Kuala Lumpur now for just over 24 hours, and we've managed to sleep for 14 of them (jet lag is horrible) Not exactly embracing the culture, but from what we've seen so far it's an amazing country.
Last night we went to a local bar around the corner, 'Mojos' where conveniently it was happy hour. So after a few there decided to call it a night & headed back to the hotel.
Today we've woken up to cloudy skies, humidity of 98% and a temperature of 33'C. My ...