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- Non-smoking rooms
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... react. A few monkeys tried taking my water bottle out of my bag. Me,.loving monkeys, thought this was the best thing. Baby monkeys hanging from the mom's belly and drinking their milk. Monkeys grooming each other, play fighting, and just acting like a barrel of monkeys. I could have sat there all day watching them. Cutest animals. We had some dinner at the food court at Sentral Mall. The Batu Caves really made us hungry. I had a salad and flat white coffee. All I found ...
... Indian cuisine down the side street, so had our lunch there. Then in the afternoon played tourist and took the bus down to Chinatown and the Central Market. Amazingly caught almost the right bus and made it back home early enough to get caught up with this ...
... were spot on and so was the food. We ordered two lamb koftas which came with fries and pitta bread. When we left reception called us a taxi. Well this guy would fit in amongst the cab drivers of London. First thing he said was "why did you English sell Jaguar. Then he was off. Next it was Prince Philip, the Royal family. Sylvia asked about their King, big mistake. That really got him going. But it was all light-hearted and entertaining, it was a shame the ride back was not ...
... houses were unreal, she told us around 5million Ringit each. She took us to the communal leisure centre including a basketball court, Olympic sized swimming pool, gym, park and bar. When we arrived at the court we met her boyfriend and his friends. There was about 10 guys and us 6 girls, most of us didn't even know how to play basketball so we felt quite intimidated! Ellie was on her uni team and I had played at GCSE which was about 8 years ago, the other girls didn't have a clue. ...
... legs and watched the sunset. We had really enjoyed our short stop in Kuala Lumpur, certainly not an estuary of mud, but definitely an Asian and Western infused modern city.
Back at our “washing machine” hotel (see the picture) conveniently located near a monorail stop, it was time to say goodnight and prepare for our next stop, the temples of Angkor Wat in ...