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... just a replica anyway. (Replica Negara). By this point we were all really really hungry so headed to Central Market to grab some food. None of us spoke a word while we ate because boy was it needed. As this was Michelle's last night we spur of the moment headed back to KLCC because John had read about a water and light show that happens. So we headed off and it was amazing. We saw the Petronas twin towers all lit up at night and then watched the very colourful ...
... blaring loudly from the Indian shops. We also visited the famous Central and Petaling markets, as well as Merderka Square which is where the independence from British rule was granted in 1957 and now houses the worlds tallest flagpole. Interestingly it is surrounded by a real mix of colonial architecture from the mock-Tudor gentlemen's club to the Mogul styled courthouse and mosques opposite, which gives you a real insight into the city's varied history.
For our final day in the ...
... We're off to KL, we land confusingly at KLIA, we've only ever pulled in there once, we usually land at LCCT the cheap end of the airport serviced only by AirAsia, we're ok with that. But this KLIA section is a whole new beast indeed, it's more confusing than Changi and we have no idea where to go.....after some confusion and the usual dance of 'we're lost tourists' spinning around in circles at walkway junctions, we catch the KLIA transit to ...
... in volume from rickety air con unit, to thudding disco beat.
So we didn't sleep well last night or rise and shine very early, which meant it was quite hazy by the time we got to Menora KL, the iconic telecoms tower that appears along with the Petronas Towers in KL's logo.
Shock, horror! The entry fee was twice as much as ...
... LASSie. As you know I adopted 3 kittens and lost two, but it was harder than I thought when I said my goodbye to Custard the other day. She knows no other life at the minute other than the small bathroom she has had to grow up in so far and will soon be released into the big bad world of the wet market with her chances of survival due disease very slim. When I arrived and for the most part of my time there I struggled to understand the approach that a lot of the animals ...
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