Hilton Petaling Jaya Hotel
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... in love with it and, through our Malaysian guide, negotiated a fantastic price for the panel. We shall send a picture of it once we get home and have it mounted. We next visited a cacao warehouse (of course with a retail shop attached) where we sampled different chocolates, but were more comfortable outside than in the shop with the screaming Chinese tour leaders and their following minions and all the chocolate ...
... is you have to walk up a narrow street that has market stalls on both sides. "T-shirt sir, shoes madam" all the way up. At the top there is a pond with hundreds of turtles, which is apparently sacred. Bit more climbing and you are in the temple. It is pretty spectacular, and does have lovely gardens. Some of the halls were massive, with very ornate ceilings. There are actually monks here and we saw them 'doing the washing up. No dishwasher's ...
When I left Ao Nang I didn't think I would see my travel buddies again but as luck would have it was reunited with Sophie and Zac in Kuala Lumpur. They were staying in a crummy guest house and had warned me as much, but I chose to stay there anyway as it saved me making a decision about where to stay! I got my own room which was basic but appeared to do the job until I found bed bugs wandering around the bed. ...
... Lord Murugan, the Hindu god of war, guarding the bottom of the steps. With 270 steps to climb to the top, I had imagined it to be a rather mammoth task but that turned out not to be the case. The heat makes it advisable to take it easy but there is nothing exceptional about the ascent.
What really makes the visit truly entertaining are the monkeys. There are lots of them running about and I must admit my heart ...
... that everyone was watching. Adrian tried to comfort me but the tears continued to flow. Then Hans, who had managed to chat with passengers around him to reshuffle so Shirley and him could sit together, stood up and mouthed to me "you can have these two - we will take your two chairs." I smiled and thanked him but declined and motioned to him that they were going to find us two seats together. I knew I was dreaming though - but was so grateful for his generosity. Boss ...