Hotel Maluri Kuala Lumpur
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... and child reading the Qu'ran together with smiles of contentment whilst other photographs were completely absent of the human form, showing just landscapes or food. I really loved that exhibition.
Moving into the main exhibition hall, the display was concerned with the topic of zakat; an Islamic tax taken from the wealthy and redistributed among the poor and needy. I had never heard of this before but, as one of the Five Pillars ...
... that we as westerners want, but only a small amount of authenticity. It was nice to be reminded where we really were.
So i have really become a KL expat this week....i have got a maid!! Or that’s what they call them here- we would say a cleaning lady. Most expats here with families have live in maids, most single adults seem to have a lady come in whilst they are at work. I have taken on a lady from the Philippines, by recommendation, called Terry. ...
... to follow a pattern irregardless of which areas are in need of most attention, my man really honed in on the knotted areas and worked them thoroughly. Feeling a bit bruised from an hour's going over, we decided to negotiate the KL metro en route to our next stop. Mistakenly boarding the train bound for Titiwangsa (no joke) instead of Sentral Timur we were slightly tardy for our next appointment: Breakout. This, for want of a better description, ...
... succumbed to eating McDonald's. When we finally found an open spot we enjoyed some excellent Indian food, and used the WiFi to learn that it was the day after Ramadan, and hence a national holiday (this proved more of an issue in Indonesia, our next stop).
With Nicole's hangriness in check, we headed to the KL bird Park, one of the top rated destinations in the city, which proved a quite entertaining stop. The park is the largest open air ...
Today.... I always start with the word 'today' I'm going to change it up a bit! The day before tomorrow, I woke up ( that sounds interesting ) I woke up by myself. I was glad it was a rest day because we woke up at 10:30!!! That's like 1:00pm Australian time! Dad and I both spent a few more minutes in bed, before getting refreshed and ready for the day. Once we were both refreshed and ready, we packed the backpack and headed for the train station. We ...