MiCasa All Suite Hotel
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... one day! (That is, if our little snippet makes the final cut, considering we could ***********ounce the show's title, let alone co-ordinate putting our thumbs up at exactly the same moment) I must admit, I've always been a bit of an attention seeker and actually secretly enjoyed our 15 minutes of fame.
We were sad when the time came to say goodbye to everybody and we had to head back to KL. Exhausted, I slept all the way back, apart from when I ...
... way. Our error was choosing to sit outside as there was a particular species of bird (not sure what!) which liked to perch along the railings. Out came the food, and off went half my lunch with the bird but apparently I'm quicker as it didn't get very far before I'd snatched it back!
After the Orchid Park (lots of pretty orchids..) we went to the Islamic Arts Museum, there was a lot to see with (what we thought) to be the most interesting about the history ...
... Off to Melaka tomorrow but I'm sure I won't be feeling too clever! On the whole, Asias been interesting and very cultural. It's been great using chop sticks to eat my dinner some nights too, which I didn't do a great job at, but at least I can say I tried! The steam boat cooker than a part of our group used the other night to cook their dinner with was culturally educative, and you see just how healthy Thai and Chinese food can be! Me and Chesca, becoming really ...
... we set off to hike to the bird park for Brunch in the treetops. Those of you familiar with KL will know that it’s not an easy walk from Chinatown as there are various 3 lane highways, railways and rivers in between. Not deterred we set off to find the bridges to traverse this difficult urban jungle terrain. We had a lovely walk past the old railway station – designed somewhere round the early 1900s.i understand by someone called Hubbock......and ...
... Malaysia called 'steamboats' which is basically dim sum on sticks with colours on the sticks which indicate price, you pick what you want, heat them up in the stock/water and then at the end they just add up the sticks - its so tasty and a lot of fun! Walking around on our first night we noticed how many prostitutes (a lot of these are lady boys) were hanging around and I was quite surprised as Malaysia is a Muslim country and I didn't think they would allow ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services