Grand Pacific Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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... a lot of time in the hotel (Will in the gym and Abbie in bed!) oh, and taking full advantage of the breakfast buffet! We did take the train to Batu Caves, a temple outside of KL and climbed the 200 steps leading up to caves full of thieving monkeys! On our last night, we went up to the Sky Bar for a beautiful view of the Petronas Towers all lit up. Next stop was Bali for beaches and doing nothing, we ...
... do have however, is a bit of kiwi ingenuity and Lynx body spray (don't judge me, it was small enough to fit in carry on).
You will find me towelling myself down in the KLIA bathrooms for the next 20 minutes before sussing the next flight out. I intend to have several glasses of whisky as soon as we take off so that I will sleep easy for most of it. The fact that this logic didn't help at all on the previous flight doesn't matter since it involves me drinking whisky.
... a very good lesson in really paring down on what we actually need to take. Plus, we have to leave room for shopping!
Leaving Alberta was a bit dicey with the freezing rain that started on Saturday night. We were able to get to the airport and take off for Vancouver just fine, but we were concerned when we saw reports of friends and family having some difficult times on the road. Curt's parents weren't able to make it back out to our place that ...
We had planned four days relaxing in Kuala Lumpur before heading to Singapore.
Kuala Lumpur has lots of attractions which I've written about on previous blogs, but we looked at the major sights again and had two days chilling by the pool with the locals.
On Friday 5th December we headed off to Marinis on 57, Bar in KL. Its on the 57th floor
... in KL when exploring the massive Pavilion shopping mall. Din Tai Fung is a dim sum restaurant which has locations all around the world, with their Hong Kong restaurant owning a Michelin star. It’s the closest we have been to dining in a Michelin star restaurant, and it was absolutely amazing! Delicious dumplings, hot and sour soup and steamed pork buns. I’m salivating just remembering it!
For Brodie, who ...