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The last few days have seemed rather surreal, a complete contrast to the rest of the trip so far. Steve's friend Chris, who had kindly offered to put us up at their apartment in Kuala Lumpur, happened to be over in Jakarta on business for a couple of days before we were due to visit. He invited us over for dinner at his hotel, which wasn't just any hotel, but happened to be THE hotel in Jakarta. Perhaps when Chris' text arrived explaining the 'no shorts, no sandals' dress ...
Ooohhh my first blog, exciting stuff! Well folks the flight was smooth and quick. After six hours sleeping, half a movie, more sleeping and eating some very tasty rice and fish... I finally arrived in Kuala lumpur! A very efficient taxi driver ( thanks Lee) drove me to ...
... There is obvious wealth sitting comfortably next to poverty, every aspect of daily life is laid bare on the table, the tropical heat causes old buildings to decay and the back streets to have a indistinguishable smell off food and filth and heat that is strangely not as bad as it could be. The city is amazingly clean and dirty in the same breath, chaos and serenity are easily available in equal measures, its a fascinating city that bombards every one of your ...
... the entire flight, listening to Lord Huron for the umpteenth time, and constantly saying to myself, "I'm in Southeast Asia!" It was very surreal (still is) and incredibly exciting. And I was proud of myself for finally doing what I had been aspiring to do for so long. I was thrilled to be where I was and to discover where I was going. Next stop was Hanoi, Margaret, and my home for the next year. ...
... 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 ...