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... you want. I like these, especially when I'm alone. Afterwards, I visited a few temples around the city. It was a beautiful day. Eventually I went back to the area by the boat, and stopped at a small shop to drink a beer and get a snack until it was time to leave. I snacked on takoyaki, a local specialty. These are small doughy balls that looks about the shape of donut holes. They are filled with herbs ...
... once if using the same credit card would suffice and secondly, why no hand held gizmo on the drinks cart? Swipe, sign here, have a nice day see ya later. Surely there's an app for that? Arrived safe and sound in Kuala Lumpur. Air Asia have their own terminal in KL separate from the main bigger one called LCCT which stands for Low Cost Carrier Terminal. Certainly lives up to its name! Reminds me of Coolangatta Airport ...
... said that she will be sad when leave, because she was delighted to have me, but that Mum and Dad will be happy about me returning. After lunch she took me to her English Conversation School, which is surprisingly close to home. I met her conversation teacher, who is from England. He told me I should deliberately miss my flight home and just stay! We also went to the fruit store and bought some kiwi fruit and strawberries. The shop owners referred to me as ...
... and a small projector for Lorry's work. We all have ipads/ipods/computers so wanted to get wifi in the apartment as there was only a LAN line.
Also found some very nice massage chairs that Lorry and I relaxed in for ages. Sooooo very comfortable!
Unfortunately, Labi didn't have the projector so we went to Umeda to Yodobashi. They had some there but they seemed very expensive so we thought that we'd do some research when we got home.
... think of a similar area in Britain, but our stations are nowhere near the size - perhaps if you combined Thurrock and Liverpool street then dotted St Paul's and Big Ben around it and tried to find a route through the mall to the cathedral you'd be getting close. By the time I found the right direction it was still some way off and the sun was setting, so my quick goal of seeing sunset-darkness up on the top of the 173m building was aborted in favour of the subway home. Run: 2:00:35, ...