Hotel Sentral Pudu
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... below! We then moved down stream to experience some natural jacuzzis and impressively strong currents! The final stop before our incredibly rainy walk home was a huge dive off the top of the waterfall. Unfortunately we both chickened out, but its the taking part that counts! Once again the pictures will show today at its best, as soon as we get them we will make you all jealous of our natural 'spa ...
... the next night and I joined them for a drink, now armed with all the knowledge I had read. They then informed me that the majority of what I had read was propaganda from one side or the other. As the conversation flowed I asked them how long they had been a couple for and they looked at me with shocked expressions..'how did you know we were gay?' they asked. I informed them that I could just tell, which sometimes you just can. The older one, who ...
... bottom, and we were glad the ride wasn't too long. He went down a small bank into a river and crossed it, traipsed through the woods. We were so high up! This trip stretched me and made me confront fears in so many directions; so many things I didn't think I would ever do, I just went ahead and did. I am determined to not miss out on more life experiences because of fear, my weight, my age, whatever other excuses I can come up with. Of course, tomorrow that resolve will be sorely ...
... experiences while having a delicious meal on side. After the breakfast me and Fred went to explore China Town for a bit, which was under our noses. Two local streets crossing each other absolutely, packed with street restaurants and millions of little shops where you could buy anything from a simple t-shirt to a expensive DSLR camera, were the backpacking mecca of malaysian capital. Because whatever souvenir you could think of, there was a good chance you could get it ...
... treated to a traditional Indian meal including chai tea (a special of the restaurant). Although this was not our first taste of Indian food, it was our first experience with eating with our hands and using banana leaves as our plates. Christina ordered a good variety of food suitable for all palettes and we enjoyed socializing with the workers at the restaurant.
As an added bonus to the morning breakfast, we ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking