Agora Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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... of pretty colours as well to keep you entertained. We helped ourselves to some a cake in the shop before taking on the evening. The art gallery is within Independence Square which had a number of impressive older buildings surrounding a patch of grass in the middle. The road here was closed off which allowed a few stalls to be erected within which where some characature artists. We decided to stop in and expected the worst but the gentleman was nice and quite funny ...
... Our first attempt was a bit overwhelming as we had no idea what any of them were actually selling and were well aware that 1 wrong order could have us eating intestines, brains or toads!! We soon got into the swing of things (with a bit of help from google translate) and were tucking in to all manor of delicious dishes. It's amazing how little things don't bother you in a place like this that would probably freak you out at home, one evening at a hawker ...
... spending 4 Hours in a terminal that only has chinese souvenirs and ****** food? No I don't need a miniature jade dragon than you. -leaving from Woodlands train station (Singapore). The first station in the planet in the middle of nowhere with no shops, no toilet and complete with roaches and smell of Durian fruit (similar to strong garbage smell). -Enduring 16h in a sleeper train Chiang Mai-Bangkok complemented by bugs and sweat (no AC). -Toilets in Malaysia. These guys are ...
... we got on the plane we saw the family of four being ushered down the back to their seats, I'm not 100% sure what happened with them but I didn't like their chances when another staff member came over to tell Hans and Shirley that they were unable to change their seats and they had to sit where they were originally allocated. Which left us standing there. By this stage it was midnight and the flight should have left 5 minutes before. Indy was basically asleep on my hip with ...
... up spending a couple of hours in the Skybar, making sure to take plenty of pictures of the views before heading back to the hotel. I was still pretty shattered from all the travelling today so was looking forward to a hopefully good night sleep! Overall a long but brilliant day. If someone had said 6 years ago when I didn't get into medical school the first time, that I would be finishing medical school celebrating in the Skybar in Kuala Lumpur I wouldn't have believed them...but here I am ...