Holiday Inn Kuala Lumpur Glenmarie
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... a new visa, from Malaysia of all places.
After filling in the paperwork and waiting for a couple hours I'd paid my money and was on the way to the bus stop. I realised I hadn't eaten properly since lunch time yesterday so stopped for a quick mie goreng (noodles) and battled with the bus touts for my journey to Penang.
I'm feeling ever so slightly worried to be honest. If I can't renew my visa do I fly home to do ...
... and Brussels sprouts were an interesting Malay idea of how they should be cooked, but not bad. We took our time and had a nice bottle of Italian wine. Bit of a mistake taking so long. When we got to the dessert counter it looked like a bomb had hit. But there was a sort of Christmas Pud, it was in a flat tray so not very pudding like, but fairly authentic flavor. There were more Westerners around. Some fun people from Ireland who started a sing-song, lots ...
... The Puja is a very lively affair, with drums and some kind of flute play throughout- also someone rings a bell- very loud and interesting- the priests do a number of rituals and then everyone walks in a clockwise direction to different stations of the temple at the same time for other things- at the end everyone comes back to the centre and the priests finish off other rituals inside where the statue of the main god of the temple is - then comes around ...
... to get right to the top. Our first stop was the sky bridge where we got about 20 mins to walk around and take photos. It is a unique double deck bridge located on levels 41 and 42. The bottom one is used for tours, while the top one is reserved for the people that work there. It was a pretty amazing view despite the day being a bit foggy. Next we were ushered back into the lift to get to the observation tower. Now this was very high up! We could see ...
... popular feature is being revived. What is the big fashion trend of Malaysia you ask? Highly fashionable Malay motorcycle drivers wear their windbreakers backwards. Yes, backwards, with the unzipped zipper on their backs flapping in the wind like wings as they zoom down the road. Our guide said they do this because they get too hot if they wear their jacket the tradional way. I am not so sure about this. I just keep trying to imagine this trend becoming popular in the USA, but ...