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... on through the local wet market- pretty smelly as it is very “fresh” if you know what I mean- the chicken in cages below waiting to meet their fate above- lots of seafood too - smells mix and mingle, but at least you know exactly where you food is coming from and maybe makes people appreciate it more.
We stopped here for lunch to try some of the local street food- Sean got us a sampling of a number of dishes- I wish I could remember ...
There's a big party going on downstairs for the receptionist's son, who just turned five. He gets all the backpackers to play with him which Is pretty fun to watch. I was even roped in to it for a while before my stomach forced me out of the hostel. In any case, there's apparently free food and drinks which I want to check out. The techno-dance music's been going loud for the past eight hours though; I hope it gets turned off at a reasonable time to sleep though.
... a must see on my list of attractions for Malaysia. There was no way I was going to miss seeing them both in the day and at night.
We got off the MRT and followed the gorgeous buildings in the sky to find our way to the towers. Who needs a map when you can look up haha I was impressed by the gardens and outside grounds. Loads of flowers and plants, a stunning courtyard with a huge and extremely beautiful fountain, and a water feature ...
... invited us to drink after we went to museum and told us that he will make payment for the bill. So I did not refuse to join the group. Our feet brought us to Healy Mac's Irish Bar and Restaurant.
As you enter to the bar, you will see maybe a thousand of drink bottles that are displayed, spotted with yellow lights.
In this bar, we took roasted beef, mashed potato, pizza, and maybe we ordered 5 ...
... for some reason incapacitated, I wish I could tell you that DJ Max took to the decks. He passed up the opportunity and we were instead treated to somebody's odd 90's/noughties remix playlist. It was try hard DJing at it's best; forcing every drop, scratch and fade made the music less than enjoyable. After two closely contested games of pool we did, indeed, turn in for the remainder of the ...