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... place and then it started to rain, heavy rain.
Malaysia was getting its wet season on the west coast of this peninsula. It
mainly only rained in the evening so it didn’t affect our time there really.
On our first full day we headed to the Chinese embassy. After
filling out the application forms and presenting our bookings, China itinerary
and passports to the lady at the desk she said we would need to have an
interview the next morning and they would take ...
... westerner shopper, it was one of the higher levels, some shops sell the same or very similar while others are unique. Prices are generally fixed as well.
I was a little disappointed with the food as there was a lot more western food than traditional Malay food, for us we have great Malay restaurants in Sydney and I didn't find this at all. Great place for shopping, plenty of designer stores but not sure on prices as it's not within my budget so can ...
... and we found ourself in another light storm. This infact brought them all out. And soon there was loads of them all on the stairs.
We took some good photo's of them. One couple (Typical English) decided to go against the signs and start feeding them. This is when they began to be aggresive with people. Taking bottles and bags from people walking upto the cave.
Back down at the bottom, both hungry we picked one of the handful of restaurants along the ...
... the outskirts of the city and the driver read out names of accommodation for people to get off. It was lucky that I understood that when the driver said 'sunashina' he meant 'Sun Shine' or we would have been going in the wrong direction. Changing bus was a typical South East Asia affair. I had to get out in the middle of the motor way, avoid speeding cars and try and pull my luggage out the bottom of the bus without getting run down. Some poor souls suitcase fell ...
... were starting to form which were unavoidable. Out of everything, my feet got the most wet. I was a bit concerned I wouldn't make the 6pm Skybus to the airport but I arrived with 15 minutes to spare. After making it a couple of minutes down the road I could smell the distinctive foul smell of durian wafting down the bus. I'm not sure if I've described it in another entry. It's a popular fruit in Malaysia with a unique look and smell. It's also prickly but when there remove the ...