Leo Palace Hotel
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... pepper beef with rice whilst I went for some vegetarian noodles. Both good choices and it went down a treat. We took a stroll in the night market calles Petaling Street; noticing a few new gadgets that other night markets haven't offered before including trainers and watches! Tiredness had kicked in from traveling all day and it was fairly late so we headed back to get a good night's sleep. Saturday morning arose to our alarm clock going off at 7.30am. We wanted to maximise the ...
... I try to do in every city I go to. I spent quite a while up there enjoying the view and peace and quiet before heading back towards the buzz of people around the Petronas Towers and back to the hostel. Exhausted I rolled into bed (which is a complete lie as I had to climb and prevent injury by falling into bed). I had a slow morning the next day and got speaking to a couple of Norwegian guys over breakfast who were also heading to the Batu Caves that day. I eventually I got ready and ...
Well alarm bells go for a 4.45am wake up....quick quick shower and coffee and tie the luggage in the tuk tuk, complimentary lift to the airport from this lovely hotel.
They even give us a bagette and jam each and banana for our breakfast as they start at 5 for 6am breakfast.
We get in the tuk tuk looking quite hilarious. It's about now that I say I am glad we didn't bring the 3 big cases, even though daughter is embarrassed by the pink ...
... see if I would bleed. Full disclosure now, I know I'm crazy when this stuff happens to me, but I am totally irrational and can't help it. I kept asking Sabrine if I was going to die, which made her laugh at the beginning, but really annoyed her at the end. When we got back to the hostel, I did my literature review on rabies in Southeast Asia. First, I panicked because rabies is lethal, but after further reading, I discovered that the last rabies case was in 1999 ...
... 60RM we got our hair shampooed along with a great head and neck massage, a hair cut, and a rinse afterwards to remove all the loose trimmings.
Never had that sort of treatment before, mainly because anywhere else it would probably cost a fortune, but was definitely worth it.
In the evening we caught yet another night bus to the Thai boarder to get to Krabi.