Grand Bluewave Hotel Shah Alam
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... There were so many options and most of the time you were only about 10 minutes walk from a range of options. Taxi to the distant KL airport takes about an hour and is at least 60km and multiple toll freeways. Drivers are surprisingly better than the other asian countries. Always lots of scooters but mostly tolerant of each other and of the two kiwis strutting across the road. Flight home was straightforward. Ten hours from hotel to ...
... Dining here can be very delicious and cheap (our first dinner was under $5 for three of us with sodas) as long as you do not have any alcoholic beverages. Booze is roughly twice as much as we pay back home.
The rail system, while not nearly as stream-lined as those in China is still adequate and again very cheap (around $2 for all four of us to cross Central KL).
Kuala Lumper is after Singapore one of the largest cities we have visited. The city holds over 8 million people and this is also the main capitol of Malaysia. First thing you will notice when you enter the city are the large amount of traffic that rolls in and out of the city. Traffic jams here are on a daily bases. The Petronas Twin Towers. Besides the traffic jams there is also a much ...
... some people style means nothing and it was a guy.
We stopped for dinner, chicken satay, rice and veg from the market stalls, great place going to try that again...
The heavens opened, but thankfully it was a short run to the car and drive to the apartment.
After a few weights in the gym and a run on the treadmill I was ready for bed and day 3.
Good night all x
... broke a week ago (coincidently the same day i accidentally took the room key with me after leaving Ella, talk about karma...). I am now finally able to update the blog. Fingers crossed the internet will be ok in Kathmandu as i have some serious catching up to ...