Lodge Paradize Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lessons and what not and i keep being asked to do this on X program, share this on Y with these kids then wave your magic wand, and without training i just have no idea what it is. Certainly something that needs to be addressed as i know i’m not the only one. But everyone seems very helpful and my department are a really nice mix. Us girls are a minority too which is a change from Cheney. We have Friday treats where during break time on Friday we take turns ...
It's a strange city. Incredibly modern and utterly focused on consumerism. In that sense, very western. Then add in the religious mix and it becomes a little confused in my opinion. It's similar to Istanbul but just on a much larger scale. Transport is easy, the trains are great and cheap. The people are friendly and don't bother you. They didn't even hassle me in the market, that's unusual. Unknown to me, ...
Our decision to visit Kuala Lumpur (KL) was largely dictated by logistics: to get from Cambodia to Indonesia we had to fly through either KL or Singapore. Nicole had a childhood friend living in KL so the decision between the two was easy. However, Nicole had been there before and wasn't the biggest fan, so we only budgeted two nights for the visit. As it turned out this was barely enough time: Nicole ended up spending our one day there flying back ...
... is and granted this country is diverse-- Indians, Chinese, and Malays, but where do the rest of us fit in? People keep on telling me to travel around South East Asia while I'm here, but at this point I don't think it's a good Idea.
Everyday that I am here I wear my race like an uncomfortably heavy cloak that I just can't take off. I love being black, I just don't like being black here.
On a happier note I have a few pictures to share!
... all evening. The food was rather expensive, but one of us knew a temple where we could get free food. Many people come here daily. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. The food was simple, but good and healthy. Fair enough, in return we had to do our own dishes. We went back another time for lunch. After a few days I decided to leave Malaysia and cross the strait of Melaka by ferry to go to Sumatra, Indonesia! Tell you about that next time. I'll try to post an update on that ...