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... the place itself but more to do with our guide having a voice not too dissimilar to nails down a chalkboard. The constant use of "yah" after every sentence got tedious! On a plus note I did find a flag, fortunate that I did because we saw no others for the rest of the day, phew! Not only that but Victoria managed to nab an Ethnic Fluke (I know, I have no idea what it is either), it looked decorative though. One of the more bizarre parts of the museum was the show they put on, a ...
... The caves were full of Indian Malaysians in full colorful dress, lighting candles, ringing bells, saying prayers, setting off firecrakers and in a general jubilant spirit. It was great to see and observe. I then went to what is known as an open house at the Putra World Trade Centre. Here nearly 10,00 people are served free food to celebrate the coming of the new year and everyone of every race is welcome. The food was substantial and a ...
What a week....first full week done! Phew! Hope you are all well. Sorry ive been quite this week....I haven't had internet so i haven’t been able to update you all. But the good news is....i am now have internet in my flat! Wooooop!!! So happy.
It’s been a good week and i feel fairly satisfied. Lessons are getting there, and I’m slowly getting in to the swing of things. Not sure i have got my teaching mojo back, but i hope that will happen once ...
... with a hop-on hop-off tour just so I could see a lot of places without necessarily being alone and worrying about transportation. I got to see all of the "important" parts of Kuala Lumpur and take some pics. I ended up getting off the bus and exploring the national museum, which was very nice and had a lot of information about the formation of Malaysia as well as information on the native peoples of Sabah and Sarawak ( the other island that makes up Malaysia). ...
... ask the
interviewer to get our passports back earlier, but there was no guarantee so we
left to mull it over.
We thought, maybe we change the South Korea flights but then
that would make us later for the Dano festival that we were heading to Korea
for. That and the fact that we were getting a bit apprehensive about spending 3
months in China anyway made us decide to keep our passports and cancel this
years’ trip to China. We felt free again to decide ...