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was good for 3 months!! food , bed entertainment all suited my needs
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... So, you take your shoes off before you enter the hostel. For valuable shoes, you take them off and leave them inside the door.
We walked around to get some food. Trying to find food was interesting. Lots of restaurants around but we didn't really know what we wanted. We ended up at 33 Food Court which was down an alley way and up a stairwell. It seemed a lot quieter than the main street. Had lots of locals up there.
Had some vegetarian curry soup with tofu. So good. It ...
... now would be senseless since I only would have one hour there. I headed back to KL sentral, where I got myself a MCflurry oreo (Yummy) while waiting for Ania.
Ania arrived and we went to the Batu caves. When we arrived we treated ourselves with fresh cocos milk. However most people you'll find here are tourists it seemed to be a nice place, enormous statues, half tamed monkeys and a 272 steps counting stairs leading to the cave.
When we reached the ...
... boxes (actual UK Cadburys, we knew it was UK Cadburys because later when we had it it actually tasted good and it was melting at room temperature!). Armed with chocolate orange Segments and proper selection boxes we were well and truly ready for Christmas! We seemed to only eat in the super mall food courts which were actually probably the best Malaysian food we'd had. We went back to the Protronus towers to take more photos during the ...
... whilst it was still raining. I only have a couple of pairs of shoes at the moment, converse, jellies or flip flops. The majority of KL had tiled pavements which don't bode well with flip flops and rain, I slipped every single step I took which made our journey longer then it should've been! As we got off the monorail we hadn't yet been to this particular station, it was dark and raining and we were trying to read a broken wet map. A lady from Taiwan was also lost ...
... snakes I had ever seen! Then onto the elephant sanctuary. They showed us how they saved the animals and for what purpose. They also let us partake in feeding time before we headed into to river to bathe a baby who had been rescued from a trap. Being that close with a wild animal in such a natural surrounding was amazing. Today was a memory that will remain with me ...