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... 50 ringgit and Australian dollar, no I don't want to pay you Australian dollar , your not a taxi and I can't believe you've just wasted my precious time!'
Running, running, running, sweating, sweating, sweating, ducking around the car park barrier to the surprise of the attendant trying to find my way back in. I jump into a lift, the man remarking 'very hot, very hot' and as the door closes behind us I see only car park options. I mutter to him how I'm going to miss my ...
... fine looking boys travelling together and playing some top quality hockey the entire team has been working harder then one armed bricklayers in Baghdad and I can tell you I've been sweating more then a gypsy with a mortgage.
Yours sincerely Jackson (top dog) Hurley aka Mr Hella Fresh
(To explain, Jackson has taken inspiration from Nick Cummins from the Western Force Rugby team so these are references that he has been using in post match ...
... decided we would fly to Malaysia and spend a month there after just over 3 weeks in Bali. This wasn't bad at all as we both wanted to go to Malaysia anyway. Straight after booking our flight we grabbed the conformation paper, skipped the queue and checked in just in time to catch our flight. Talk about a rush. To be honest I'm glad they pulled us up here in Brisbane. I could only imagine how scary the situation would have been if they pulled us up in Bali. Due to ...
... went to the Kuala Lumpar City Centre which is where the Petronas Towers were. They are huge, once upon a time they were the worlds tallest building before things really took off in Dubai. We had a look round the main lobby (it is still a functioning building with offices on all the floors) which also had 2 Formula 1 Mercedes cars hanging from the ceiling (Petronas are a sponsor) before heading to the basement where we could see some history and photographs of the towers. We ...
... in a cheap guesthouse in KL Sentral and that was PODs backpackers Home. The hostel was very accommodating wih much tourist information and inclusive of breakfast. I picked out 14 bed shared room, but that was no problem at all. I had a great time in staying there.
Unfortunately, the city was boring. I went to FRIM, or Forest Research Institute of Malaysia on the next day. I took KTM Komuter ...