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... So thankfully worked that out ourselves by luck and didn't sit around waiting. We got to the change over stop and had a further 30 minutes to wait, we really had no clue how long the whole journey would take us. We made it though and took nearly 2 hours to get there from our hostel. We arrived at the train station and there was nothing, a few cars and grassy banks either side of the station. We couldn't just get back on the train, we had to explore so started walking down a ...
... impressive, revealing the hundreds of tower blocks that make up the 5 million-populated urban area of KL, far larger than we had expected. Nothing much could be seen beyond the metropolis due to the haze, fed by a busy road network, mostly consisting of Proton cars!
After another refreshing can of apple juice with aloe vera bits, we lunched on noodles and rice at the Hard Rock Café, the location of which we were able to verify at the top of the tower from ...
... Malaysian airlines paid for all our meals while we were there. It was a buffet restaurant and the food was so amazing!!
Jet lag kicked in and we awoke around 2am refusing to get up that early we both had broken sleep till around 6am when we decided to get up and start the exploring.
The best way to get to the city from the airport is by taking a direct Train (the KLAI). Once in the city we got tickets for a hop on hop off bus tour so that we could see as much of ...
... venues where you get private tables and cocktails. Very classy for us. We saw a Malaysian artist called Reza Salleh and he was brilliant. We have taken an overnight trip out of the city today to Kuala Selengor. On the outskirts of Kuala Selengor is apparently one of the largest firefly colonies in the world. Neither of us have ever seen a firefly, so seeing just one would impress us. On the bus there now, any of you ever been on a bus without any suspension? It's a bumpy ...
... Kong) – Junk boat and jelly syringes, Dim sum, Elephant Nature Park, Emirates business class.
December (Sydney, Cambodia, Vietnam) – Being loved up, killing fields, HCMC, Halong bay, snakes on the bus, Christmas eve in Hanoi.
January (Thailand, Laos) – NYE, Train to Chiang Mai, Pai, Jungle experience in Pakse, Don Det kayaking.
February (China) – Harbin Ice festival, Chinese New Year fireworks, crazy ...
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