Heritage Station Hotel
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... version of striped bags.
We drive in the dark and witness a few in their pyjamas turning lights on and getting ready for the day. It's actually a bit cool driving in the early morning.
So we get there with 2 1/2 hours to spare at 6am as we normally allow 3 hours international and we find the most basic of airports....not even a flight schedule board lol.
And no one is there except cleaners and another couple.
I finally spot ...
... and it is true, sometime their flashing is synchronized. It was really interesting to see- they looked like christmas mini lights. We also saw some storks that were nesting for the night along the trees at the banks of the river. We lucked out with the weather, as once we started back for Kuala Lumpur, there was a torrential downpour! Sean got us home safe and sound- it was a great two days touring with the Be Tourist company.
... guess I was hungry given it was around 11pm Australian time. We window shopped before heading to Chinoz for dessert. We were hoping for Churros but not offering them anymore we decided on an ice cream sundae and a dark chocolate mousse cake instead. Both were amazing! We headed back to the hotel for a drink in the very busy SkyBar before resting our heads for a very restful nights ...
... title hands their business card first. A proper presentation will be with their name facing the other person and the side of the business card with the language the recipient speaks facing up. The recipient will then accept the business card with two hands and bow their head a little. When the first exchange is finished, the lower person then does the same thing – business card facing them with proper language up. This is one ...
... Thanks to George who straightened my hair before I left, nature is fighting the high humidity, so indirectly George got me an upgrade.
So far people are polite and charming, I really like KL, it feels safe and diverse and my location is in the golden triangle of retail, credit card alert. Currency is the MYR, Malaysian Ringgit and converts roughly 3:1 AUD which makes everything nice and easy.
So, a ...