Hotel de Art Shah Alam
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... incredibly drunk, incredibly camp and incredibly sweaty guy who kept dancing with Emma before he got thrown out for being to drunk and winding up the bouncers. This is where we also met our Aussie mate Greg! Or as he introduced himself "******* Greg" quite possibly one of the ************heads we've ever encountered. Talking a load of old tripe about anything and everything, blatantly making up stories to impress us and telling us that the night before him and his (apparent) ...
... plus a knockoff street market where I picked up 3 items, all men's gifts. I made sure that they were only showing me the high quality knockoffs. I knew the quality that I was looking for, and I made sure they were proving that value to me. The entire day however, he was in my thoughts, and in the best way I could imagine. My stomach had fluttering butterflies. It was like I was preparing for a first date all over again. I am so anxious and excited. Just be ...
... boys? You can zoom in all you like, but it's never going to get any bigger.' Nothing too interesting was happening, so we went to have a go on the go karts, which we thought were free, but this year was the first year they were charging (typical) but it was only £8, which Nath told me was a fair rate, so we both had a go. I thought this would be my time to impress Nath, I'm a good driver and in my head, I'm an even better race car driver! Turns out I'm a ...
... life. It would end up having its own orchestras, universities, daily newspapers, sporting teams in the national leagues, and its residents would be proud to boast "civitas Putrajayensis sum", just like Canberra.
But, alas, Putrajaya is far too close to Kuala Lumpur to ever truly be anything but an office park. A beautiful, elaborately planned office park, to be sure, but still an office park. Some people do live in Putrajaya, but judging by the complete but empty flats ...
I have had a quiet couple of days in KL since my last post, trying to save some funds and waiting for Dani to arrive on Wednesday night.
Sure enough her flight came in fine albeit passport control and getting through customs seemed to take forever, but at last my little travel buddy is here with me now and we are both ready to crack on in search of new places and more adventure together.
The Wednesday night itself was a fairly chilled affair once we made it back from ...