MiCasa All Suite Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur
I am at the world's end. And there is a Starbucks.
After 32 hours of traveling, I await my final leg in Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur airport. I am almost positive that this place doesn't actually exist. Fog masks every horizon line. Not a soul can be found in the deserted airport halls.
In just a few hours, a plane will transport me from this cloud city to my ...
... waft of food awoke my belly and then brain. I never rated Air Asia before today's flights but they earned a lot of brownie points from me. They probably would have earned a few more if they actually gave me a brownie. I certainly lodged a few brownies on their plane after that spicy lunch earlier...yes, that was disgusting, but I bet you will read on. I haven't even landed in Bali yet to start this adventure! We finally landed at Denpasar Airport, Bali at 11:30pm local ...
... in Kl in a few days. Having no bookings and no real plan we got on a bus and headed for Jerantut. It was the rainy season so we didn't know what to expect. Aboard the bus we met two sisters who were at the end of the 4 month travel, Jess and Millie and they became our travelling buddies for the new few days. We arrived at the sleepy but colourful town of Jerantut and had nothing to do but wait for our excursion the next day. We managed to find an oasis of ...
... photo's started back on my run out here with Diz many moons ago. It's not as good as the original but it's close Train station sells us return tickets at 2 ringgits each (get them hooked (in some remote ass location) and then jack up the prices) There's ticket machines everywhere but they're all switched off and some dude is selling tickets from the ticket office Back in "KL Sentral" station, again there's millions of automated ticket gates but they're all off as well, and some ...
... but still had a great time learning how to have a sauna session the proper way with timed rests and recoveries etc. We later visited the Petronas towers and did a lot of shopping, then spent more time and money at the china town night market. The next day included more shopping, as well as making a short train trip to the Batu Caves. There were a lot of cultural displays around the temples including an absolutely massive statue of a ...
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