Hotel Grand Continental Kuala Lumpur
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... we enter for $10 aust.
we then stumble into a jewellery shop and she finds a bangle to match the shoes, done.
But then I find 3 lovely necklaces, I have so much costume jewellery that it has to jump at me and these did. I will keep one and give 2 as gifts.....I am having trouble deciding which though. Ho hum.
Oh yes back in the land of wonderful shopping, love KL.
Have to say though that most of BB plaza is closed. I think ...
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... I then set about finding a post office and checking out Lot 10, the shopping centre directly opposite my hostel (I have a McDonald's two doors away but so far I've resisted)! After lunch, I went for a standard Churchy trek around the city, spending a few hours visiting Sri Maha Mariamman & Guan Di (God of War) temples respectively & getting lost in Berjaya Times Square shopping centre...this puts anything in Bangkok to shame. IT HAS A ...
... were several small monkeys. Unweary of humans these small brown primates happily sat on fences and dined on fizzy drinks from near empty cups. The familiar smell of sewerage was accompanied by an earthy stench of bat droppings. We looked up at a huge statue of lord murugun which rose almost 50 metres high and shone gold. Walking underneath the god of war and victory we reached an immense staircase and made our way up past monkeys and pigeons. ...
... and I took great joy in realising a Nandos was nearby for dinner! I woke up a little late the next day and headed first to the post office to send home a parcel of Bangkok shopping (there had been yet another public holiday in Thailand on the day I left meaning I couldn't use the post and had to cart it all to Malaysia with me and pay more for it!) and then to the Petronas Twin Towers which looked just as spectacular in real life as they do in the photos...BUT you need to ...