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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... strange sights such as ducks bills and fish heads on the menu and on display. We will have a lasting memory of sitting on plastic seats on the side of the road eating our street food with a calor gas bottle between us. This experience together with the overwhelming gas like smell of Durian fruit coming from the neighboring bedroom in the hotel leaves us with aromatic memories of KL. Definitely a place we would go back to.
... half check in queue. Every single person in front of us had issues, some were repacking their cases as were overweight. Others had issues with visas or onward tickets. Bloody annoying!
We got into KL on time, grabbed the skybus to take us to Chinatown where our hotel was. Whilst walking to the hotel we decided to stop at one of the street food stalls to grab our dinner. It was our favourite meat on a stick ...
... round a humid city all day but feeling good.
The good think about KL is that it is compact and you can walk around all the main sites in a day without having to take public transport, everything is doable by foot, the best way to get to know a city. I felt that I have got to know KL in one full day which was good so in that sense it may be worth a stopover but it won't blow you away...unless you like tall stuff and heat.
... available every day. As we are here taking pictures I decide to go to the ticket window and ask. The stars are aligned, they have tickets available but not until 4:30. After a quick discussion we decide to extend our taxi time to take this in and then head back to the ship as soon as we finish at the towers. Not only do we get tickets (which we thought was impossible to do) the lovely girl at the ticket counter asks if I might be a senior and would I like the seniors ...
... and I bought a very colourful Asian dress for $10 ...and forgot to haggle the price because I thought it was so cheap anyway!! I always feel like I'm cheating them out of their hard earned income - so even tho' I'm actually pretty good at bargaining for things - I am always hesitant in these poor countries. Then when back on bus - the driver said haggling expected and sometimes you can get things for half the starting price!!...geez..now I feel I overpaid!!!....but I like it ...