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Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur
October 18th 2012, 15:23 UK time, on
the plane!! Just eaten a veggie curry
meal as it was all they had for me!! I
was missed off the veggie list as usual but thankfully the ground staff at
Heathrow messaged through for me to have a veggie meal. I have to say although i was annoyed they
have so far done an amazing job of keeping …
... and we then got a bus to Chinatown and booked into a hostel. Within the first hour of being in Malaysia we didn't feel very comfortable. We walked around the market and got stared at A LOT. We also got followed by a man in a Reebok vest. He was following us for a while until we started walking about 10mph and ducking and diving between stalls to lose him. That wasn't nice but we did have a nandos that night and got our V Festival tickets ...
... burgers. The staff seemed to have been told to shout "welcome to Chili's" at every customer, which made us laugh a fair bit.
We haven't done anything too taxing today but the heat is somewhat exhausting. The hotel (guesthouse) that we're in is at the cheaper end of the scale for us (£27 a night) but the location is very good and it does the job. Excellent value really.
... with a bit of cheap Indian food from around the corner and a few strong beers bought from the local alcoholics shop up the road!
Thursday was a little bit of Deja Vu for myself as I took Dani along to see the Batu caves which I have already been to a couple of months ago with Gary from California but it was a good little spin out together on the bus followed by the train back along to the center of the city in order to go and take a look at the Orchid Park next to ...
... spot a well-used canoe on shore of the river with fresh caught fish jumping inside. Since there is pretty much no one to socialize with, you can spend your time to go fishing for mystery fish, or go swimming at the beach; but beware! There are sea serpents lurking in the depths of the water that wait for human flesh to touch the water so they can gobble them up. In that case, if you don't plan on committing suicide, I ...