Holiday Inn Kuala Lumpur Glenmarie
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... the sidewalk. Of course I think I need a photo and next think he is charging me with bared teeth and his threats delivered exactly what he hoped to accomplish. I should know as they have charged me in the past, smashed my face up against a chain link fence by grabbing my hair, stolen my money, stolen my smokes and lighter back in the day and looked all peaceful until looking me in the eye and hissing with hatred. Relatives pfffft. I took a wander ...
... a child!
We then headed to dinner at a local restaurant the food was amazing - it was then time to see the fire flies - Malaysia is home to the largest colony - it was remarkable first we got on a tiny boat and paddled up steam in the pitch dark where we saw the colonies, it was like thousands of Christmas lights glittering in the night, as we were paddling it was prayer time at the local mosque so we could hear the towns men praying. It was just an ...
We expected KL to be just like Bangkok, but it wasn´t at all! We were very lucky to know a family friend out there and he showed us around a place called Malaka and let us stay with his family for a couple of nights, they kept us very well fed and watered and we were happy to be in other people´s company.
We left their house and spent 5 nights in a hotel in the centre of KL, the room messed with our minds as there were no windows so our sleeping ...
... but the accommodation was very average.
No sooner had we arrived and settled into accommodation did we check out a local bar that our taxi driver had recommended, where beers were $1. You had to set up your own tables and chairs mind you, but it was worth it for how cheap the beers were.
It wasn't hard to find good food in Penang and we found ourselves eating our way around George Town, doing our best to sample some of the Penang ...
... of. The view from our grotty Chinese restaurant was good as we were on the 1st floor and looking down at the markets. It was so busy, full of people foreign and local, the traders shouting about their wares under colourful Chinese lanterns.Sara and I were quite tired after our busy day, and decided we would call it a night after one drink in our hostel's sister bar, also called Reggae Mansion. It was at the end of the market and very inviting for a reggae lover like me. ...