Kuala Lumpur International Hotel
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If i seemed 'airy fairy' at all in my first entry it's quickly been dispelled right at the front end of the trip. one of the last things my mate told me is to make sure some stories in my travel blog provide a bit of a laugh. Well I haven't even arrived in India yet, and some of you may well be in stiches reading about the havoc I've wrought on myself.....'A Woody-special' :p
Everything was going like clockwork, with all going to plan in the flight out ...
... Johnny Rockets" ummm an American hamburger restaurant, it was great and every half hour the staff break in to a dance routine, good end to the day with a nice cold beer.
Kuala Lumpur comes alive at night so took a leisurely walk home taking in the sites,people shopping in huge malls with storeys upon storeys of stores..crazy shopping here.
Kuala Lumpur is a place to come to shop probably not my kind of place but I am glad to have visited this amazing vibrant ...
... food is ok, and its very cheap too.
We were taken to the 'Central Market', which was really just a huge tourist market full of rubbishy clothes, jewellery and gizmos that some people might like to buy. Next to there, we noticed the river, which look very much like a sewer, full of rubbish and brown sludgy water. It appears that they are trying to develope it to be a nice place to walk around and hang out, but at this stage its a long ...
Today is a Labor Day in Malaysia and it is public holiday, as is Monday (Wesak Day) so there will be more sales - not that there are not enough of these already! For the past few days, we have been to Mid Valley Mega Mall, 1 Utama, Sungei Wang, Low Yat and Sentral. What caught my eye were some of the favorite outlets that my kids love to frequent in New Zealand such as Forever ...
... on the boat while on route, banging a nail into the floor of the boat to re-stable the hilariously atrocious deck. I have to say the boat trip alone was absolutely hilarious, sat there having beers and turning round to see the driver chilling at the back whilst the boat kind of fell apart around us was really quite an experience. By the time we reached the island the tarpaulin roof was gone and the boat was a sea of splintered wood, how on earth the thing was even sea worthy was ...