Hotel Grand Continental Kuala Lumpur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... ended up climbing up several hundred stairs in a place called City jungle, which we found by happenstance/it was right next to our metro stop. There we were warned by locals of the mosquitos which stopped us from venturing too far. Also, we are going to much larger jungle soon so we cut our hike short. However, we did see a three foot long monitor lizard on the trail so that was definitely a first. Going along the theme of seeing creatures in the wild, we ...
... people there already. We played a game similar to head bands. Someone writes down the name of a famous character and the next person will put it on their forehead, ask yes/no questions until know who it is. If the question you asked had a no answer, you had to drink. I swiftly had the remark about being so Canadian. I had apologized for asking someone to drink when they got a no answer. It was amusing to watch people struggle to write down the name of famous person because we all ...
... were up and about early it wasn't as bad as it could have been thanks to Hong Kong's brilliant city check in. I think more cities should cotton on to the idea of having an airport check in in the city centre. I guess you need to have good transport connections to be confident that people would get to their flights on time, but Hong Kong most certainly has that. The shuttle bus picked us up from the hotel around twenty past six, five minutes later we were dropped at the train station. ...
... see if I would bleed. Full disclosure now, I know I'm crazy when this stuff happens to me, but I am totally irrational and can't help it. I kept asking Sabrine if I was going to die, which made her laugh at the beginning, but really annoyed her at the end. When we got back to the hostel, I did my literature review on rabies in Southeast Asia. First, I panicked because rabies is lethal, but after further reading, I discovered that the last rabies case was in 1999 ...
... only take coins and 1 or 5 Ringit notes. 5 Ringit is the equivalent of £1, another confusing currency to get used to! We bought our tickets which were in the form of a token, similar to a connect 4 piece. You hover it above the machine similar to an Oyster card back home to get through the barriers and then into a slot once you'd finished your journey. Journeys cost around 1.20 Ringit which is around 20p which I expected to be a lot more being in the city.
We arrived at ...