Holiday Inn Kuala Lumpur Glenmarie
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... pedestrian bridge built in 1960s . Petalin Street Chinatown was soon in front of us. We were quite early 10.20 and setting up was still underway. This included dusting goods either by flicking with a cloth, wiping with a towel or generally rearranging to attract customers.also the shoe sellers were walking around the complete racks of trainers on their backs. Not sure how they didn't drop them. I checked and they weren't ...
... and more expensive than elsewhere in Asia. We also noticed that they have some polite traditions when giving and receiving things and shaking hands. We saw a lot of people touching their chests during greetings with good friends and they would often hold their elbows (with the hand not receiving) when receiving things. I just tried to receive all change/receipts or whatever with two hands, say thank you of course and give them a massive ...
... that sell food you can give to the monkeys- such as as sweet potato, banana and long beans. They monkeys are so tame that they will sit on you while they eat. This was definitely one of the highlights of the day! They are so cute and so much gentler than the macaques we saw earlier in the day. There were macaques here as well, but you dare not feed them as they are quite aggressive.
Once we finished there, we drove ...
... to our hotel! We gave in and found a taxi that took us back to our hotel, for what equated to £1! We were quite a long way away and even if we knew what direction go go it would have taken another hour to walk! I'm getting used to route marches now! Had something to eat in china town but not Chinese, in a reggae bar/restaurant. People are really friendly here in KL. The food is cheap but the drinks are pricey. And it took me a while to realise they drive on the left ...
... We then climbed 172 steps to the top of a cave that Hindus worship at. It was tiring but we were helped along by mackac monkeys who were playing and being mischievous. The sight at the top of the steps was amazing. By now we were both flagging and getting over hot, we decided to stop at an Indian restaurant to cool off. We had a vegetarian meal of rice, veg, poppadom and a chapatti. It was well needed! We then headed back to the train station and headed back to the hostel.