Hilton Petaling Jaya Hotel
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... But a week in, a pent house signed for and finally some time by the pool, it's all getting much more real. So where better to celebrate than a helipad bar. No railings. Just amazing views, and the advice not to step over the yellow line. If one week can be so full of different experiences, bring on 2 ...
... our energy. We asked a bus that pulled up if it when to Bukit Bintang the street when the first bus took us. He looked at me weirdly and said no and left. Obviously I said it wrong our we couldn't understand. We went into the shopping centre and found a trusty Starbucks to steal some wifi from hoping to get a bus route. Apparently KL can't put together something so straight forward so we couldn't figure out what stop we needed or what bus number it was. By ...
... Ewwww. Wasn't a hotel. Checked into a good old best western. Wasn't quite what we were expecting (wasn't like knights hill in Lynn put it that way!) it was gorgeous. Had an amazing western chicken sandwich and chips! Much needed. Haha. Rubbish weather so we took a cultural tour to Mid Valleys shopping centre. 6 hours later ... We returned to our hotel exhausted. Say no more. Learning from KL: - a ...
... can you read?" "Are you ill?" "Can I hold your hand?" Today my friend and esteemed tour guide, Yati, took me around KL. We had a great time! Went to Brickfields, Masjid Negara, Muzium Negara, Merdeka Sq, I Love KL galeri and textile gallery. We ate 2 very nice meals and wandered around Jalan Petaling and visited some Indian and Chinese temples. Will get some pics up ...
... feeling more pleased with myself and my self-esteem has certainly gone up. which was the purpose of this exercise of staying in KL. the lack of friends and my own life was clearly annoying and that's something i need to address and fix after i'm back from Oz. Overall we spent quite a bit of fairly homely and quiet couplie time with Viv which was very nice and more real than holidays together. We did a trip to Ikea to get some candles, bed side tables, chairs, table mats and other ...