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... check-in procedure if AirAsia, much better and more friendly than Ryanair.
All went well, I tried unsuccessfully to spend my last Ringgit and got on the plane to Sydney.
It was nearly midnight again when we pushed back and took off.
Unbelievably I had again two seats empty next to me and looked forward to use them for sleeping, but at the fasten seatbelt sign still lit from take off and I nipped off leaning against the ...
... society it is, and how they have complete respect for the different cultures but also believe they are stronger together as one Malaysia. There is a common language that is spoken, but almost everyone as a different mother tongue and speaks several languages.
We walked over to Chinatown which started about one block away, and Sean took us to a Chinese temple tucked down a back alley. As a tourist we would have walked right by and would ...
... the main street (where the hostel is located) and it was nice. The weather here is fairly hot and Palawan is not at all touristy yet. All of the shops and restaurants on the road are for locals (but also tourists obviously). It just hasn't really been built up yet as far as I can see. And considering how difficult to get to that's understandable. I saw a couple of pharmacy/food mart type places but nothing really restaurant-like. I made it to the Cathedral ...
... then made our way back to the hotel.
Showered and packed up, then checked out. Tried to get a taxi, but none of them wanted to take us the short distance to KL Sentral.
One of those times I was glad we didn't have huge bags as we were able to walk the short distance to the monorail. It wasn't exactly easy but we managed to lug the bags through the crowds and up the stairs at the monorail station, then ...
... in entertaining the local kids ( which I don't mind, they are actually really cute) and playing scrabble with the adults.
May I add I was the only English person there and I still lost and found that every one else knew more English words than me.
Maybe I shouldn't have had coloured hair and facial piercing at university after all ha ha (Read previous blog if you don't get it)
As the day went ...