Hilton Petaling Jaya Hotel
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... know exactly what song was rolling around in my head over and over (“it’s a holiday in Cambodiaaa!”). I was excited for the day as Peter and I had been approached to join some others on a booze cruise, but well off the beaten track. We were all greeted at the port by a pickup truck roughly the size, well, of a normal pick up truck; only problem was the hilarious over numbering of our group – around 25 of us! So as a majority bundled into the back many others ...
... don't normally get a drink in the UK for that price-wow!!!!
I headed off to a sandwich shop for dinner, I wanted something light to save myself for the popcorn, sweets and drink...Yummy.
Its a smaller Mall, much smaller than Mid Valley, but just suitable for a quick bite and 45minutes look around.
I noticed in every shop window big signs up saying... staff needed, ...
... that we as westerners want, but only a small amount of authenticity. It was nice to be reminded where we really were.
So i have really become a KL expat this week....i have got a maid!! Or that’s what they call them here- we would say a cleaning lady. Most expats here with families have live in maids, most single adults seem to have a lady come in whilst they are at work. I have taken on a lady from the Philippines, by recommendation, called Terry. ...
After spending a surprisingly restful night in Hanoi airport, we finally arrived in Kuala Lumpur. Lucky for us, Ella's aunty provided us with another taste of luxury. Our first day was spent making the obligatory visit to the PETRONAS towers, eating some funky muffins and walking around Bukit Bintang where we made the ultimate purchase - a selfie-stick. The evening was spent drinking wine, eating some amazing Asian ...
I was dreading the day ahead - the one that has a 12.5 hour flight! We started out with a buffet brekky at the hotel, where I encouraged Pete to stuff his face knowing that he doesn't eat airplane food. I needn't have worried because for once he found the food not only edible but tasty! Can't go wrong with chicken tikka for lunch! I managed to doze off for a little while, but it still didnt kill much time. Despite that, ...