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... and one of the many places we had miles of beach all to ourselves, Malacca, a poor mans Georgetown but none the worse for that, and finally the tea plantations where Malaysia really does show off what scenery it has.
It's just a ride, as Bill Hicks would say. It's just a ride. But it's been a great one. Love the life you live. Live the life you love. That's another quote from someone who died far too young (Bob Marley).
You never know when you have six months to ...
... food and a beer.
Most nights in KL, we ate at Jalan Alor with highlights including satay celup (mushroom, chicken, broccoli kept raw on ice, then cooked to order and served with tasty satay sauce, soy and chilli), hokkien mee, pork buns and more sour plum juice..! We figured that satay celup would be the hawker food choice that brought the whole house of cards down but we are still standing!
Now time to cool off in the Highlands..!
... doesn't admit this, her argument being "what I say when I'm asleep doesn't count." So I got the blame for getting out later than planned and 'throwing another day to waste'.. It's a good job she's alright looking! We got a city map and picked out some things we wanted to see that day so we could see as much as possible in our two days there. Our first stop was China town where we had a look around the bustling street markets and hawker stalls wafting out ...
... view of the city's skyline (in particular the KL tower and Petronas twin towers) was just stunning. The view of the skyscrapers in the morning were no less impressive.
I firstly worked my way through Chinatown slowly making my way to the huge 421 metre KL tower which dominated the surrounding green land and skyscrapers. For a good while, unlike with Taipei 101, I could not see either of the twin towers until I was very close ...
... the lovely kinder kids who was hanging around:) Well I finally surprised the non yoghurty!!...one of the kinder teachers noshrin went to Belinda's door and told her that there was a lady selling yoghurt in the hallway and when she came out to look SURPRISE!!...haha it was great to see her happy lil face again and also perfect timing as a delicious dinner was being dished up!! We are at hilla school now and it's great to see all these beautiful little humans faces ...