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... saw trained parrots perched outside looking magnificent in all their coloured feathers, but pretty bored. We went to Merdeka Square - the old central area of the city where independence was celebrated, and previously where the Brits would play cricket. The surrounding buildings looked like cricket pavilions and felt jolly British. We ate street food like chicken wraps, meat kebabs, fried noodles, chocolate, banana and sweetcorn pancakes (weird ...
... for all was lost. We were highly irresponsible parents for daring to subject our young son to a life on the road. And how my wife must be feeling! I had put her in this position, too! Oh the calamity! This horrible feeling of hopelessness for our future travels lasted for a few hours, until we were able to get Harry settled in his new room, and he collapsed on the bed with us, settling in for a 2 hour nap. He awoke, as babies do after a much-needed rest, feeling ...
... or by mono rail, over ground train, and for a fixed fee the cab was a good idea, as we had worn ourselves out. The taxi driver was playing BB King just what was needed. Arrived at KL airport. We wanted to leave some bags at left luggage, but when we saw how much, they are coming with us. We had booked business class as it was not much more. Went through to departures after quite a long queue at customes. KL is a huge airport so everything is spread ...
... Not a huge amount to see once you've checked out the caves, but I thought it was worth the trip (and a cheap outing).
Walked back to the train station, caught the train back to KL Sentral, then caught the monorail back to Bukit Bunting. Mike headed back to the hotel but I walked across to the Berjaya Times mall, had coffee and donuts, wandered around the shops for a while before heading back to the ...
... just to fly to KL instead. We landed about 10 and go the train into the center of KL as the airport was about 45 mins drive. We went to the hostel we had reserved for the next few nights hoping they'd have a room, they did. A guy ran upstairs and must have literally emptied the contents of a whole can of air fresher , came back down and told us the room was ready. We went to the room- what a **** hole!!!! There was a mattress on the floor ...