Hotel Grand Continental Kuala Lumpur
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... and began violently shaking it. We saw a mother with her tiny little baby clinging to her underbelly.
There is more to the caves other than monkeys though! When we finally dragged ourselves away from the monkeys and reached the top of the steps where you get a fantastic view over the city. On entering the main cave, it really is a striking sight. Birds flying high above our heads and disappearing into unseen ...
... his 2 daughters in kual lumpur lollllllll!! -Bathing at night I our villa pool (more bathtub like) in Koh Samui -Travelling in Bangkok sky train-feels like the future! -Eating amazing and cheap food in Bangkok. We specially miss the sticky rice and mango lady, she always had a smile on her face. Overall country winner Japan! Japan! Japan! This is just a magical weird amazing country. No words can describe the amazingness of Japan. Tokyo is the only city that can compete ...
So last night we didn't quite find ourselves at the roof top bar. We had a huge amount of Indian food for dinner, and as such thought we would have a lie down in bed for a few mins of air on before heading out. Next thing I knew it was 1:30am and I was curled up in bed in all my clothes! Thankfully, the others had done the same, and none of us regretted the great nights sleep we had. Feeling refreshed, we spent a good while in the morning coming up with a ...
... culture, food, history, and current political issues. Some of the work that I am doing for the organization now has to do with the hot button topic of a Malaysian state's possible implementation of Hudud laws. Some of you may have heard about the Hudud laws passed in Brunei, since it's been in the news lately. Hudud literally means restriction and is a subcategory in Islamic law that regulates criminal punishments. In a pluralistic ...
... a few minutes we were covered in color, top to toe. And as a memory, the color stayed on my body several days :) The rest of my stay in KL was relaxed: we went out every night and slept half of the day. The other half we stayed in the hostel mainly as it was raining in the afternoon every day. We found one bar that had ladies' night every night, and compared to the bar on Perhentian island, we got proper booze, unlimited. Honestly, I only ordered three max. After a few days ...