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... KL. First we had lunch at the first stall that spoke to us, delicious (and much needed) Indian food. We then decided to go to the old Central Market, an Art Deco, former produce turned arts and crafts market. Right when we stepped off the train we heard a prayer broadcast from the Mosque. We went through a square with beautiful colonial buildings. ...
... planet. Has over 100 exits. Took us a while to find the right one. Best food 1-Japan 2-Thailand 3-Singapore Sorry Thailand, it's not you it's me. Your food is awesome and spicy and exciting and quick but my heart belongs to Japan. Oh wait you have mango sticky rice? Maybe we can't work something out and I won't tell Japan... Singaporean food is just a mish mash of all of Asia. Favourite dishes 1-Ramen 2-pad Thai 3-Mango and sticky rice 4-Red bean sweeties 5-Sushi rolls 6-Gyozas ...
... He used our wedding anniversary as a bit of a story but unfortunately he was met with "Sorry Sir it's a very busy flight, we can upgrade you for $6000 per person." Adrian was not so keen to part with the money and when the phone assistant offered to organise a piece of fruit cake with marzipan icing Adrian realised he was beating a dead horse and politely declined. With the busy flight in mind, we decided to get to the airport in Kuala Lumpur a little earlier to sweet ...
... much water, so again as part of my quest for a healthier lifestyle, decided to cure myself with some macademia nut ice cream. To be honest, I was feeling depressed and bored all day, so maybe ice cream was more for the mental cure. I've been doing analysis of my trip and firstly I was really excited and wanted to analyse everything - films I've watched, hotel I've stayed, flights I've taken, costs per country and per type, but then after painful reconciliation of my ...
... it looks like an upmarket brothel with dance music playing all day and night. Apparently it is always a party at the Hotel WOLO except the rooms don't have windows only mirrors which makes you feel a bit like an extra for David Copperfield. Kez made a new best mate Liverpool fan, they love the reds almost as much as they love KFC and Starbucks here. We dumped our bags and feeling overstimulated by the amount of dance music we went out to explore Little China according to Rania ...