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Cip was bored, so we headed back to the bus stop instead of carrying on to the gardens. We going to go and look for the mall. The bus arrived and waited to get jam packed with people, the way London buses get at rush hour in the mornings. We passed our stop and continued to the pavilion, getting out with most of the bus.
The mall was enormous and we were all hungry, so sat down at a Texas Chicken place that had football on the TV. They had ...
... transport systems more than the places themselves – London has a lot to learn in the field of air conditioning, and cheap rail fares! One of the more amusing finds in Malaysia was the strict on-train rules, one of such being “No Indecent Behaviour” with a silhouette of people kissing with giant red cross through it, they even had three carriages dedicated only for women. Fascinating stuff, and a reflection again of the different cultures I’ve seen on this trip. Long may it ...
... soups and curries, Thai food, Indian and Pakastani food, middle eastern food - shararamas and kababs, and Chinese food from all parts of China - Hong Kong, Taiwan, Uyghur food and Yunnan food and Teochow food. Which leads me to my frustration. I seemed to have come down with some malady that took my appetite away. Not many other symtoms - I'm just not hungry. What torture! To be walking past outdoor food restaurants with ducks and ...
... which was actually amazing, it had set up for CNY and had incense sticks burning all around the place and people were coming and collecting massive piles of paper which they were setting fire to and bowing at Buddha before chucking it in the fire.
Whilst looking at handbags back in the market, Dad made a comment that someone was closing up, at only 3:40. By the time mum and I had come out, no more than two minutes later, almost all of the stalls ...
... und wir fanden unseren Weg heil zu den Petronas Twin Towers, welche mit 452m bis 2004 das höchste Gebäude der Welt darstellten und nun ganz schön blass aussehen neben dem 830m hohen Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Außerdem schauten wir uns den alten Bahnhof, welcher wohl zu den beeindruckensten Bahnhöfen gehört die ich je gesehen habe, die nationale Moschee und den Merdeka Square an. Insgesamt schien Kuala Lumpur recht wenig touristisch zu sein, ob das nun daran ...