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Kuala Lumpur surprised us: Relatively clean, relatively small, relatively not a lot to do. The bus ride from Melaka to KL was relatively uneventful - aside from the pervasive smell of mildew which attacked our sense of smell for the two and a half hour bus ride. Along the way, we befriended a Dutch couple and spoke to them about the upcoming …
... li>Valid passportProcessing time: 10 minutes
Cost: USD 50 per person
Validity: 30 days (possible to ask for an extension up to 90 days)
Requested: Before travel
Namibian High Commission in Lusaka:
30B Mutende Rd
- Visa application form
- 2x photos
- Valid passport
... short-lived, it's hard to stay sad when everyone you know is experiencing unbelievable snow storms and you're on a tropical island. Stay tuned, after one humid night in KL we boarded a bus for the Cameron highlands to begin our search for the elusive Jim ...
... front of the caves.
This seems to be a gathering place for the local Indian population. I'm not sure how often the market is held but it is huge, with people selling Indian clothes, food, sweets, CD's, religious items, jewelry, whatever !
The caves are high enough and wide enough you could likely fit a church inside. The sheer and massive size of the caves is ...
... for thinking that you were on the DLR in East London travelling past Canary Wharf. It was uncanny and made us feel quite nostalgic.
We started our whistle-stop tour by visiting the Batu Caves perched half way up some tall cliffs on the outskirts of KL. Rather than the tunnel-like caves of Palawan, these caves were more like one m*********** in the cliff with sunlight pouring in from gaps in the cave ...