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A lot has happened since my last entry!
I don't even know where to begin. One thing is for certain, I will have to make a lot of back entries so that it all makes sense. It is interesting how your mind forgets things, I never record my experiences, because I really enjoy just living them. However, I am beginning to forget my experiences. I don't know if it is my age or the car accident, but my memory is definitely now what it use to be. ...
... the monorail and as soon as we left the station at Bukit Bintang, the heavens opened. It was the quietest we have seen the sidewalks, as everyone had hidden in shop doorways to seek shelter. We got drenched walking back to the hotel, but it felt great. We wanted to experience Little India during the evening and after arriving in Brickfields, we were glad we had. It was a ...
... We finally get out from the street stalls and head to the food area. We choose satay sticks from one stall. He told us they were chicken, pork and duck. It could have been mouse, cat and dog but they were the yummiest Mickey, Felix and Pluto I've ever eaten. The sauce was yummy. We do the naughty thing and get in a taxi that we haven't booked. The driver says it will cost 20 ringgit. We pay him that, when we know it should only cost about 10, but we got back safe and crawled into ...
... I was thoroughly impressed with. There was also a pool area which was free and made for kids and I wanted to put my feet in it but jay didn't want to. When I started to walk across it, the police ladies/life guards blew their whistles and I didn't know if it was aimed at me or at the family in front, either way I was too chicken to try it again, fear of going to prison for looking like a pedo. We then grabbed a drink in maccies as it was cheap and we could sit down and ...
... to Skype home. My impression of Kuala Lumpur is a Muslim New York City. The girls seem nice but without meaning to sound disrespectful some of the men here have made both of us a bit uncomfortable. Women are obviously below men here. It's not to say all the men have but a few have looked at me in a way I would find disrespectful at home. Not pervy they just stare in a leery manor and I've been careful with the way I dress so it's just weird as I'm not used ...
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