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... bar the night before were in the same bus, nice catch up with them both. Arrived at Phnom Penh for the flight 5 hours and 45 minutes before departure so chilled in Costa and had a cheeky Burger King. Arrived in Kuala Lumpur staying in a capsule container in the airport for the night, dinner being roti canai and chicken curry yum! This airport Kila2 is like Westfield ...
... went down alleys that looked dodgy, thru buildings... got lost a couple of times we arrived. Now the reason I tell this is that after being at the Petronas Towers we discovered huge walkways under ground and over head designed to make walking around Kuala Lumpur easy!!!!!
Petronas Towers is a tall twin tower building it has a bridge connecting between the two. It has 88 storey and we went up it and that's about it. Great views as you would expect.
Then had ...
... to KL to head up planning for a top agency there and is unsurprisingly to me doing amazingly well. We chatted over a fair few pints of Asahi and he was a great sounding board for my negotiations about the options of UK or potentially now BKK. He had spent many years in Asia before heading back to Australia but the buzz of Asia as he puts it, is quite a draw. We finished up around midnight and I headed to bed…and was asleep ...
... and then to find an architect and builder of any standing.
We had a slow morning, having a swim, then nice coffee at the cafe in the shopping centre nextdoor.
Doug and lisa come by and collected us and we headed to one of their favourite local 'cafe's for breakfast, which consisted on Naan bread, curried chicken, dhal and condensed milk tea.you've got to question the health standards at these places, it seems very dodgy, ...
... in better shape, it was one of the old fashioned long boats with tarpaulin roof and wooden slat seats, the driver of these boat was pouring pure gasoline into a funnel on the engine with bare hands out of what looked like a coca cola bottle – I looked back in part hilarity and part horror, I wasn’t entirely convinced we’d survive this trip! So we set off on route to an island across the bay, rickety as hell the driver himself, a local Cambodian, was doing ...