Hotel Grand Continental Kuala Lumpur
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... up three other people in a small room who I haven't even met. It was a reminder that there ain't going to be much privacy over the coming weeks.
Awoke at 9am and after breakfast I got myself together and in to the city. My first impression of KL is it's like most Asian cities; chaotic, polluted, buildings are massive and there are absolutely tons of mopeds. The locals seem to find wearing a jacket back to front shall protect them ...
So today has been emotional. Literally haven't been able to stop crying. Can't believe that I'm going to be travelling Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand on my own. Seriously I'm more worked up about all this right now than I was when I left home for Oz. Preece found out he couldn't come on Friday morning. We both forgot about his visa, which would take 2 days ...
... district of the city, bursting with sky scrapers and malls, all glowing golden and neon in the dark, and so different to the rest of Indonesia that they might as well have been on the surface of the moon. Security guards on perimeter of the hotel stopped the taxi and checked the underneath with mirrors and peered into the glove compartment before waiving us on to the entrance where suited doormen opened the car doors for us to climb out. Perhaps we should have also asked them ...
... split up to do their own things. Joey and I decided to try and find the botanical gardens for a walk around as there is also a bird park there as well. We literally got within 100m of it before our plans were ruined. With a urge crack of thunder the skies opened and that rain began. We decided to bail on our little run around and jumped in a taxi back to the hotel. My final meal was spent in... Nandos. Of all places. In Asia. I have nothing else to add to ...
... The caves were full of Indian Malaysians in full colorful dress, lighting candles, ringing bells, saying prayers, setting off firecrackers and in a general jubilant spirit. It was great to see and observe. I then went to what is known as an open house at the Putra World Trade Centre. Here nearly 10,000 people are served free food to celebrate the coming of the new year and everyone of every race is welcome. The food was substantial and a ...