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... br> After that experience we headed back on the train /monorail to our hotel to recover by the pool with a G&T; seriously we needed it.
Part of getting to see places is how you get there and Kuala Lumpur has an interesting rail system , an amazing part of it is all the rail lines meet in one central location called the KL Sentral. It is the hub of everything and very confusing for the mature traveler, knowing where the lines are and then where they ...
... were completely lost. It’s amazing how naked you feel without google maps! Before, I couldn’t believe I grew up without a mobile phone. Now I can’t believe a lived without 4G! We used the old school technique of asking a local and soon found the main street food place and a strip of great bars, clubs and restaurants. We found a lovely Tapas restaurant called Pinchos and as we were under budget, ...
Doug has owned the house for 7 years, and is finally doing the renovation he needs.
All the floors have been ripped out back to the dirt and the walls scraped back ready for new plaster.
It's a big job!
Buildings in this country look shabby very quickly due to the mould that develops in the humidity. Paint always peels and they don't seem to do maintenance. Workmanship is very poor. Doug has struggled to get authority to do ...
... just not the heat). Tonight I'm confident that we will find something else delicious to eat. Also, since we didn't want to pay to walk the skybridge, we are opting for a 57th floor bar/restaurant with a skybridge and petronas tower view! Tomorrow we will have an early morning start for a day trip to the batu caves to see the largest Hindu temple in Malaysia. Even without leaving our street though we have a Hindu and Buddhist temple in the neighborhood we are staying ...
... know exactly what song was rolling around in my head over and over (“it’s a holiday in Cambodiaaa!”). I was excited for the day as Peter and I had been approached to join some others on a booze cruise, but well off the beaten track. We were all greeted at the port by a pickup truck roughly the size, well, of a normal pick up truck; only problem was the hilarious over numbering of our group – around 25 of us! So as a majority bundled into the back many others ...