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... I love it! And I recall a 2.5 hour haggling session with a salesman selling designer handbags to barter down a blue leather Mui Mui handbag and a maroon quilted Chanel handbag from £80 to £12. Bargain hunt!
MALL SHOPPING: The Pavilion Mall is certainly a thing of beauty, with a Heinz variety of designer shops, shops that are a wee bit out of a tourist's budget but offer a bitter sweet taste of luxury amidst ...
... her brother to "get that one with one leg".
It was only the promise of a bag of chips that removed The Kid and Rans from the beach. It was here that the seagulls got their revenge, swooping on a chip from Rana's fork. As we were wondering at the brazen nature of these larrikins, another one came in and snatched a chip from between Amber's teeth. The kids thought all this was just the best thing ever.
When we got back to Circular ...
... a bit of thunder, but no 'storm'. As we were leaving the pool area the rain began to fall. It's not the real rainy season, which is August/September, so it doesn't rain for long.
Just about every evening a busload of KLMs leaves the hotel for their next flight. Some of them we recognise from the previous crews at the hotel. ...
First few hours in Kuala Lumpur and first impressions:
Well It is not a scary big city for one. I am even tempted to say that you could walk East to West of the city centre in one afternoon. However there is a lot of pollution.
We caught the sight of the Petronas towers from far away in the bus that we took from Taman Negara (well a local bus to Jerantut first, then another bus to KL. Traveling local once again and instantly saving 60 ...
... into the race. When we got back to KL the rain had stopped.
After parting ways with Hayden at his hostel I continued walking to China Town to find somewhere for dinner. After another stroll through the Petaling Markets (which were a lot busier and the stalls more packed in tonight) I had noodles, roti milo for dinner and a rose milk tea (which is the most delicious new drink I've tasted in a while) from Johnny's Stall. Milo is huge, HUGE, in Malaysia. They even ...