Hotel Seasons View
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I got up late again, had breakfast and went to the mall to do some shopping, I found some new glasses while Jon got some sunglasses and I bought a nice light blue top with tie tassels on the sleeves.
We decided to take the monorail to chinatown and do some more shopping, Jon bought some shoes, I got some new jeans and Jon also got a new …
Got up at 10am to have some breakfast (one American breakfast and one local) I tried to use the call box but no joy so we went to a travel agent to use their phone as we need to speak with someone about changing the date on our tickets to Perth, Australia. We walked down to the ticket office but no one can do anything until Monday.
We did …
We got up early and had breakfast, a nice lady asked me how I was after yesterday... She told me it had also happened to her but they put a screwdriver up to her neck so she released her bag. I'm so lucky they didn't hurt me.
The bus took 4.5 hrs but it was a very relaxing journey with very comfy big seats and lots of leg room we were not …
... and nearly the same restaurants. So I got a coffee to use the internet (which didn't work) and waited a while.
Just before the tour should start I got my ticket from the counter and went through the security check, handed in my bag and waited for the group that would join me on my way to the top.
First stop was the Skybridge at 170m the highest in the world. It connects the two towers at the 42nd floor. We had a 15 ...
Today we took a tour that was perhaps one of my favourites of all time, as it combined history, food and culture! We took the tour through a company called Be Tourist- they are a small group that is dedicated to trying to conserve the history and historical buildings of old KL, but it is difficult because there isn't really any government policy to save these buildings, so they are disappearing fast.
Sean was our tour guide, great guy, very ...