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... the focus of everyone's attention because there were also owls, hornbills, Nicobar pigeons, flamingos, parrots, vulturian parrots, emus, ostriches, many many other birds we don't recognize and even the very aggressive and out of place monkeys. We enjoyed the canopy of nets and local fauna as well as the beautiful waterfalls within the park. After the bird park we visited a free hibiscus and orchid garden. My mom and aunt would have been very jealous of ...
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Although Hindus form a small minority here, the key religious destination in Kuala Lumpur is the Batu Caves, a unique Hindu monument and set of temples and shrines dedicated to the god Murugan, the god of war, a divine son of the major gods Shiva and Parvati. In Hindu theology he is the commander of the army of the gods (the devas). Murugan is a particularly important Hindu god in southern India and in this part of the ...
... I used to move. Local Chinese people are celebrating the Chinese New Year and there are festivals for them everywhere. Luckily there are many of them who are more informed , speak better English and give the information needed compared to Malaysian.I'm tired and nervous because tonight in the plane I could not sleep and I have suffered from the cold because Air Asia puts the air conditioning at the ...
... few different gods when I die if I don't get struck down by lightning in the mean time! We went back to China town and picked out a busy looking hawker stall (always a good sign as the cooker will always be hot!) sat down and tucked in to plates stacked high of lovely Malay/Chinese/Indian food. Looked up and just saw a rat the size of a jack Russell cutting about on the pipes above us, running in and out of the kitchen area. Lovelyyy. We got on the sky rail back uptown ...
... crossed Europe and Asia. I am sure I will regret this when I am back in a cold airport in the UK, but what the hec, I will just have to layer up.
The journey to the airport was interesting and far less straightforward than anticipated. Firstly the Manila traffic jams delayed the jeepney and the bus. In the end, I got out and walked….to the wrong terminal. Another jeepney later, I managed to get to terminal 4. Nothing ...