Hotel Grand Continental Kuala Lumpur
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... friend Guy in France, who had visited Sri Lanka just weeks before us. The subsequent result has been seen as a 'good' blow for democracy over an increasingly autocratic President. Of the three countries I have discussed so far, Sri Lanka is the one that is being more welcoming, less discriminatory, to Chinese help and influence. We can only wait and see what the results of this will be.
The Philippines, politically, is the country I will admit to knowing least ...
... We did a couple of lengths before finally admitting defeat and choosing the Chinese with the most diners. At least then we could enjoy a very cold tiger with our drunken prawns while watching all the other promenaders facing the manic marketeers. A filling meal, then back to base. Wednesday, a tourist day. Shuttle to the Petronas Towers. Gape in awe at the sheer majesty of the twins. About 60 storeys up, there is a walkway between the towers - not for me!! ...
... made our way back to the Petronas Towers for the countdown. We jostled for our position and negotiated our way through the sea of selfie sticks and groups of teenage guys that seemed to be having dance off challenges left right and centre...! After trying a few different vantage points, we found what would be a great spot with a view of the towers which looked even more impressive at night. Turns out that we had also stumbled across what must ...
... Vicky through the roof (presumably as I couldn't see only hear her)! After the meal we were given the menu that we'd eaten - a Christmas themed menu it seemed with some of the meals things we would have never ordered. Each course consisted of three to five separate dishes so with lobster soup, salmon tartar and pickled beetroot (that's just some of the starters) on offer we tried foods we never would normally and with no predisposition of what they were really ...
... for our joint account so Al still has his card :-) next we found the central market which seemed to be very much aimed at tourists but the up stairs had a food court and no burger king or nandos in sight instead Asian food, so we tucked into our first noodle soup great it was about £1 each! After nipping back to the hostel quickly we then walked to the KL tower which is essentially a tv tower which tourists can now go up to see the city, however it was about £10 which ...