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... It also looks like there is another couple joining our tour in China so that will be good. We took the monorail to their hotel to meet them and it was packed, must have been rush hour. There were guards making sure that everyone got off and getting as many people in s they could. The last couple of days seem to have been a bit more hot and humid but no worse than ...
... around and relaxed a bit. It's nice to be able to take off my pack and my purse and just lay down on the chairs for a little while. Eventually I got up and headed back to the gate I was supposed to be departing out of.
Sat down in the waiting area there and took a little nap. Eventually we started boarding and I managed to get in the front part of the line. I haven't had to worry about finding overhead bin space for a while since I've been ...
... I realize how lucky I am indeed and that there is no need for all this materialistic mumbo jumbo I surround myself with in Australia. Living simply and being surrounded by genuine friends who appreciate the simplicities of life is what it's all about! Go out,live your life to the fullest in the most simplest of ways and help those in need even when they don't ask for help...be happy people..until my next adventure..stay ...
... at the Travel Hub Hostel. We had hoped a slightly more social setting might give us some inspiration where to go next. But we seemed to have picked a very subdued backpackers and everyone was quite, so this time it was up-to us where to move on to next.
Sharon’s last session at the dentist was slightly more traumatic and we were actually glad for the peace when we got back and slept for the rest of the day. She don’t have to visit now for a few weeks ...
... the caves were full of pigeons who enjoyed flying towards your head. We also saw some of the small Hindu shrines and temples inside and enjoyed watching the cheeky monkeys run up the cave walls with fruit. For lunch we had Vietnamese food at a quirky restaurant along Bukit Bintang. Rhianna described the food as fabulouso, Steph described the food as fit and Kat described it as ...