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... ordering our breakfast we spotted a older man eating stir fried noodles that absolutely glistened. Unable to verbally communicate with him, we pointed at his food, to which he responded by pointing across the street. Immediately Joyce ran across the street but returned disappointed because we didn't know the Malay word for noodles and because it's much harder to use hand gestures/charades to say noodles. Desperate for those exact noodles, we even ...
... a place of worship. It was also home to many indigenous species of snakes, bats, and spiders. We didn't go into the Dark Cave. I think my fear of snakes and bats would have taken me for quite the anxiety attack. We hung out outside the Dark Caves with the long tailed macaque monkeys. The same ones from the tree top trekking place in Singapore, but these ones were way more aggressive. They were the ULTIMATE pickpockets. We saw monkeys just take stuff from peoples hands before ...
2 days layover in KL Malaysia. Absolutely no one around as everyone heads for their home towns over the Chinese New Year weekend. Caught up on emails in the morning at the Council of Churches Ecumenical Center Guest House where we enjoy staying. We enjoy ...
... of scents. Interesting as it was, I'm happy we stayed where we did, it may have been cheaper but as most of the Chinatowns we've seen they always seem to be the dirtier parts of town. We then headed to the Kuala Lumpur museum where we learnt how the city had flourished from a tiny tin mining area to the metropolitan city it is today in an unbelievably short time. It's hard to imagine how it looked before all of the sky scrapers. We then watched a display of a model of ...
... The walk back then took me back through little India which was a huge contrast to Chinatown.
The mosques here were lovely and such a contrast to both the modern skyscrapers and the temples. People were riding around on bicycles as it was the city’s cycle day.
After a rest, I had a second wander around Chinatown which again tempted me to buy clothes. After Manila, I could not get any more into the rucksack in any ...