KL Plaza Suites Kuala Lumpur
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... town (hot , bustling and cheap as chips)
The KL observation tower (mad lift ride to the top and great views if it isn't hazy, which it was when we were there
The Craft museum (very interesting but a little bit too touristy)
The night time food market -
We thought the best was the food market for amazing sights and smells; luckily for Michele nothing still alive that was about to be eaten but there ...
Whilst we've had a ball travelling around the Philippines we've kind of had enough of beaches and wanted to mix things up so have decided on a few nights in the city en route to Myanmar. We've both been to Kuala Lumpur before and love it so were happy to spend a few chilled days there.
The usual early morning boat then 6 hour bus ride took us back to Cebu to get our flight. All went smoothly apart from an hour ...
... this tour instead of the 'transit drop off' / DIY one .. this city is spread out. Even on the bus, it took long periods of time getting from site to site. So despite my possible ? 'travel fatigue'?...I'm glad to have experienced this capital of Malaysia for this short visit. I wouldn't have known what a nice place it is!! Back to dock/terminal now -- and will try to post this ....if not - maybe tomorrow in Penang - our next Malaysian stop. Ps...one stop today had a little ...
... This was made worse by the fact that 90% of the stall owners were guys in there 20's shouting 'hello miss' and taking 'subtle' photos of me or trying to touch me and I just got so fed up and angry. Normally I completely ignore it and don't care but for some reason it got to me. For lunch I went back to 10 year old me and wanted plain fried rice but we looked in at least 10 shops before we found somewhere that did them. ...
... Never mind eh? Troubles over.
Pah. First there was the aborted bus journey to the plane. Followed half an hour later by another one which involved sharing the tarmac with other buses, people, airport traffic and incoming aircraft. It was chaotic and scary. Again, you think I'm exaggerating. I'm not. This is the Philippines. This is how they do ****.
Still, on the plane, heading off, surely we'd escaped trouble now? Er, no. What followed was mostly three hours and ...