Leo Palace Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Family rooms
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Indonesia to date.
It's big. Very very big. Bigger even than Birmingham, on a good day. So there's quite a bit of it we haven't yet seen.
We had to leave because the visa expired after 30 days, but we will almost certainly be going back after the next month or so to get round a bit more of it.
Bali was OK. Lombok was fair. Labuan Bajo on Flores was pretty good, (but that will change extremely quickly as it gains currency on the tourist trail).
The highlight ...
... great and mum felt her tea not so wonderful either. She got muesli and could barely finish half of it - total for our 2 breakfasts was NZ$27. We went for a little stroll out into a wee tropical garden and round the lobby. Then back to our room, pack up and down to check out - slightly earlier than intended. The the wheelchair and buggy rides back escorted by our chap all the way to the plane. Quickly to the head of queues and first onto the plane. We in an A380 and ...
... A complete fruit heaven! I bought some more jackfruit, mango, pink dragon fruit and apple. And got a dragonfruit and pineapple juice. It was all quite expensive at £6! I wouldn't have dreamed of spending so much money on food when I lived here!! I sat outside, with the tower view and enjoyed my fruit lunch! I sat here 5 years ago when I first visited KL. I loved it back then too. And now shopping time! There are a few shops around here that I wanted to ...
... by visiting the modern business section of town to see the Petronas Towers, once the tallest buildings in the world. They are massive, that's all that can be said. Surrounding them is a beautiful park, filled with nice paths around a few lakes with fountains, and even a free swimming area for kids. This seemed like a far cry from the Southeast Asia we have come to know thus far. We spent the rest of our day wandering the city, seeing a crazy mall, with ...
... decided to take it easy today. We went around and checked out all the shopping centres, with no intention of buying anything. The much advertised BB Plaza turned out to be a barren, dark mall where the escalators were blocked off and in the entire thing we found three shops open, they weren't even in the built in shopfronts but kiosks in the middle. StarHill gallery was our next stop, the very exclusive mall with red carpet escalators and people hired to open ...