Lodge Paradize Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sleeping in a cabin at summer camp.....or even more, like my rehab! LOL But the bed was comfy. I have my own outlet and a little reading light, and a full size locker larger enough to stow my backpack when I hit the road later today. I woke up at 5am after only an hours sleep. I was up for another hour before falling back to sleep and slept off and on til a little after 8. Then I came out for some toast and instant coffee, and here I am. Next: shower. Then: Batu ...
... by 101 Taipei. However, they are still the talles twin towers at 451.90 m.
It was time to slowly get back to the Airport already, so after our tour was over I had one final view from the base and took the train back to KL Sentral where I found a little food place and got some cheap curry and a very large glass of Orange juice. And this time (not like in Nepal, Thailand or Vietnam) the Juice was great, fresh and really ...
... the Malaysians sure do like their sweets!), Roti with egg and onion, and another kind that looked like a pyramid called tissue roti and is sweet as well so good to dip in your tea, and the other rot is are usually served with some daal and another savoury dip (I think sambal?) So tasty! At this restaurant we were allowed to try our hand at pulling the tea- they got a good laugh out of my attempts- Sandy was a little more successful. Fun ...
... I was fairly hungry so I headed out for a little exploration. I also wanted to stop by the Cathedral here because it's supposed to be very pretty and I wanted to check out mass times. The lady at the front desk said they have mass on Friday evening and three times on Sunday but I couldn't really believe her. Unless the priest somehow didn't actually live on Palawan there was just no way there wouldn't be daily mass. This is the PHILIPPINES!
... to get there from University of Malaya:
1) Wait for and ride on a taxi going to Universiti LRT.
2) Get your LRT token in the token machine for your journey bound to KLCC station. Token costs RM 1.80. Then, you may now wait for and ride on the LRT.
3) Once you drop in KLCC station, just go up on stairs, exit in H&M building, cross the street, and you are there! :)
If you want ...