Klang Histana Hotel
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We flew out of Jakarta to Kuala Lumpur and met Catherine's mum and dad at the airport! We then drove to Klang which is where Catherine's mum was born. We'd timed our visit to coincide with Chinese New Year so we would get to see all the family during all the celebrations! After dropping off our gear we went to have roti canai for lunch and Catherine's sister and Alice & Isaac were there too. Roti is delicious flat bread spun out like ...
... 18:30 in the end as it was taking on provisions that were late arriving at the port.
We enjoyed a leisurely dinner in the evening after completing most of our packing as we are leaving the ship at our next port of call.
All in all we have had a fabulous time onboard QM2 for the last month and will be sorry to leave.
Next stop Singapore where we are booked into a hotel for the next 3 nights.
Bye for now,
Sue and ...
... questions, no visas. Even like this by the time, we drove the 50 kms and reached Al Jafs Hotel in KL's golden triangle of Bukit Bintang it was close to ten. We checked in and hurried down to the street to eat. We wasted no time, at the first restaurant, we sat down in plastic chairs set up in the street. Literally. We ate then went for a quick look see. Bukit Bintang street comes alive at night with lights and music. Later we got in a good nights sleep.
... In fact, if I don't have to buy another plane ticket (there is a small chance they will just change my flight for me, or do it for a small fee) I might not have to take out any extra money, but just exchange the money I already have for pesos (Philippines currency). That would be pretty awesome because I hate the ATM fees I incur. Yes, yes, I know. I need a Charles Schwab account - they reimburse all ATM fees and don't charge any themselves
... style music played on sitars and everyone really welcoming and happy to see you there. We were able to try all sorts of food we wouldn't have found normally. We also briefly met the mayor of Kuala Lumpur! Other than that the main highlight of KL was inevitably the Petronas Towers, an awesome sight by day and even better at night. With our budget in mind we decided to stick to admiring them from the ground rather than going up, but they were still mightily ...