Klang Histana Hotel
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... the welcome at the port was very colourful. The locals had dressed up in traditional costume to put on a song and dance for the cruise clients disembarking. I'm not really sure why as most people just walked past on to the buses for their pre-booked tours. I thought it was great fun so hung around watching the traditional dancing while figuring out what to do.
I looked around the arrival hall at all the tours on offer, but didn't want to be ...
... and a dragon and lion dance before that! The dragon dance was quite acrobatic, the dancers leapt over one-another and balanced off each others legs (see photo!). During the lion dance they had to retrieve a bag of money hung up on the ceiling; most often the groups who perform the traditional dances are students and they donate the money to charity usually. Another 'prosperity' dance was also given which involved a bloke in a chubby ...
... 8230;hooley dooley!
Barbara and Neville Barton caught up with us at our hotel, so we enjoyed a Chinese meal together in our local street. We first became acquainted with Barbara and Neville over the internet while we were searching for other travellers through China. Turns out we all wanted to see Myanmar as well, so we've booked to travel through both countries together later in the year. I've also been in ...
By the time we had settled ourselves into our hotel room, we had used up most of the day. However, there was life in it yet and we really made the most of it. Walking north, we reached the base of the Kuala Lumpur Tower, a vast telecommunications edifice built on a hill in the central business district. Even looking up at it from below gives you vertigo (or something similar). Having purchased our tickets, we were ushered into the lift. The lifts ...
... seat of the row near the window. The airfield of the NAIA is quiet vast in space. You can see some of the tall buildings of Metro Manila once you take a glance in the window. Then, the airplane started to move backward and forward until it run so quickly and "GOSH"...it FLEW AWAY like a roller coaster! It feels like my balls are tickled, seriously. (I'm not being cheeky or exaggerated but that's how it feels. Just ask ...