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... brothers and directed them rapidly firing commands in Telagu, to our actual hotel.
We checked into our room and were pleasantly surprised! We’ve decided after going on this trip that life is all about setting expectations. Lauren had imagined our stay in India as one with no running water, AC, or beds! She had imagined that we would be sleeping in the slums and not just visiting them. Meera had arranged with a local real estate friend for us ...
... walking to the Lake Gardens, which is a big park in the middle of the urban concrete jungle. The area includes a small lake, orchid garden, hibiscus garden, bird park, butterfly park, and other well manicured gardens. We enjoyed walking around the area and taking some pictures. The route we took led us to the train station where some friendly travellers from New Zealand helped guide us to Central Market.
When I hear market in Asia, I reflect ...
... 160; Like the Arch in St. Louis or the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, the Petronas Towers are the landmark of Malaysia. I visited them with a local Malaysian the first night in Kuala Lumpur. They are an amazing sight. You can take an elevator up for a fantastic view I am told, but the tickets are hard to get. Only so many are sold per day and you have be one of the first in line early in the morning. There is a lot of air pollution here. You can ...
... 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 ...
... cave containing a number of small temples. People were playing drums and others were dancing in trances. A group of monkeys were happily accepting food from the people. It was pretty amazing. Afterwards, and much to Henry's horror and disgust I had a henna design done on my hand. Back in KL we had a lunch of chicken with dried chillies and cashew nuts and yu mark with oyster sauce. Then we has more doughnuts, we are being terribly ...