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... good of him.
At the platform, a woman from Melaka, who works in Kuala Lumpur as a university researcher, struck up conversation with Ben. She talked a lot about the men's football World Cup. She thinks Germany will win it again next time around. Ben asked what she though of Malaysia's chances of playing. She said she didn't think they were good!
The short journey to Kuala Lumpur flew by as we were enjoying some well needed ...
... to be legal OTC in Sri Lanka, a less inhibited and ****** up country than...the Manchester where he lives. Goodbye Rob. Hope your book was worth the 10p an hour you are going to make from writing it. Maybe you could report another dead neighbour (yes he really did this, and bragged about it) to discharge some of the bitterness. Or how about reporting your own brother? You know. For Temazepam?
This is my family. And you wonder why I leave the UK at every opportunity?
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... around Malaysia in a couple of weeks. After finishing up on the tour I quickly popped back into my hotel and then headed off to the train station to head to the Batu Caves. Catching the train to Batu Caves was a lot simpler then I thought it would be actually. The fare was only 4RM (which is just over $1AUD) so was super cheap to get out there. The trains themselves were clean and had all the information in Malay and English so I ...
... of Chinatown but it was an easy enough walk and we were very close to a subway stop. The hotel was nice and we ended up staying there for 6 nights. The only thing that we didn't like was that there was an issue with our room key (a swipe card) pretty much every day.
We spent our time there seeing the sights, doing some shopping, and just exploring the city. Kuala Lumpur is a really cool city. We weren't huge fans of ...