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Today was the water park day which we were right up for that was until we realised Kirstie was going to be the only woman there showing more than just her ankles lol The ticket we got allowed us into the wildlife and the theme parks also which was ...
... By the time we finished eating the sun had gone down its was about 7:30 and we decided we would like a few beers tonight and try and be a bit more social as we haven't really met anyone. Malaysia seems to be more antisocial with the travellers. I looked up some popular pubs in the area and they are all pretty well on the same stretch only walking distance from us. The first pub we went to was a dive so we looked for the busiest one and tried it out. After 5 beers ...
Magic Mondays are wonderful ! You arise at 8.15, have brekky all ready for you on a very smoggy morning. Then the clouds waft away and the sun comes out to smile on your day. All morning we stayed in our room just doing whatever we felt like - reading the paper - The New Staits Times, computing, knitting, whatever takes the fancy. ...
... never to take anything as a given. Veronica and Sanne were at the hostel when we got back. They had been flying to KL the same day as us to do Malaysia so we decided to stay and travel with them. They are a couple of wicked girls and we have such fun as a four. We told them about the tourist trap and they went for super cheap pizza hit which I was jealous about. Tomorrow we will explore Kuala Lumpur and find the famous Patronus Towers. I'll let you know how it ...
... on paper if you get me?) It was quite interesting actually. After that we had another little wander and eventually headed back to the hotel. Robin and I went for another walk whilst the others were napping/getting ready and then we all went out to see the Petronas (?) Towers, which are the tallest twin towers in the world, and also the KL Tower which is pretty tall too. Yesterday, we met at lunchtime and went to visit the Batu Caves. The caves are/were used as a temple and ...