Hilton Petaling Jaya Hotel
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... in classroom fora bit this morning - then 2 more dives I think. It's great to see him so enthused. The rest of us did some snorkeling from the beach here at the resort. Lovely fish anda bit of reef but no lovely colors. We went by water taxi to the small island to Long Beach which isa bit more upmarket than here. Had dinner on the beach and came back with the full moon shining on the sea. Lovely. Hope all is good there. Love from all here. ...
... Since I didn't plan anything except for going to my CS hosts, I joined them on their way to the hostel in Bukit Bintang. After dropping off the bags (the hostel allowed me to put my bag in their room even tough I wasn't a guest) we went out to get a breakfast. and eventually ended up shopping for clothes (girls right).
The Chinese new year was this year at the 19th of February and traditionally the celebrations will last until the Lantern festival which is 15 ...
... in the Suria shopping centre an used the pedestrian tunnel to hook up with the Bukit Bintang KLCC pedestrian walkway to Pavilion mall. This walkway is a 1.173km-long pedestrian bridge that connects Pavilion KL to Impiana KLCC Hotel and the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. The walkway is comfortably air conditioned and out of the way of the crazy traffic.
Once we got to Pavilion Shopping Centre, we found one of the famous food courts of KL. These are ...
... I thought someone was trying the door (this is pretty common apparently) but then realised I got hit. Luckily I had a friend with me so I didn't feel so worried- we did actually engage with the bike guy and got his details but I made the decision not to go to the police, it takes hours, and most likely bribes, and I just decide the damage wasn't so bad to claim on insurance. So glad I didn't as I had it fixed already, for a whopping £40! Madness. So glad I brought a local ...
... hard to imagine that it could be removed so easily for the progressive society of building developments that seem to be heading towards it.
Kanching falls, Monkeys abound cheekily checking the scene deciding which target is likely to bring reward.
Caleb and I hike up the limestone hill towards the top where the waterfall starts, it's hard not to appreciate and be aware of Australian environment ...