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... More than anywhere we saw religion as the dominant force in the country, Catholicism accounting for 98% of belief. Believe me it shows. I doubt there is a Filipino word for secular. The economy is predicted to grow and grow. One day this may benefit all Filipinos. For now, Luzon is the main beneficiary and if you'd seen what I saw in Manila you too would see this as the biggest paradox in anything I've written in this chapter so far.
And so finally, ...
... only when we pulled up at the same stop outside the twin towers for the third time that we realized that there is more than one line on the free shuttle! So off the Green line, and onto the Purple line, then we got back to Bukit Bintang, for the leisurely stroll back to Maison Boutique. The forecast thunderstorm hit just as we were about to leave for dinner. We waited for the torrential rain to dwindle before walking back to Jalan Ator. Just as we got there, ...
... kicked off in KL with morning running around Petronas central park with the New Years resoluters (on the rubber track), near dissolving 'wicked witch of the west' style into a puddle of sweat, having as colder shower as we could and then setting out to check out the modern metropolis. And it is just that, the city is a mix of lush rainforest vegetation, sky scrapers and huge levels of infrastructure that sometimes have you standing on a ...
... cannot wait to come back to KL to explore it further... And even maybe stay at the same hotel! Let's just hope that concierge guy has learnt his left from right by then...! Seeing as the hotel was in the end amazing in spite of the concierge hiccup with directions, I have re-awarded the hotel its final fifth star... And because I'm just nice like that.
NEXT: We're off to Singapore BABY... Stopping off en route at the quaint, atmospheric colonial harbour town of ...
We got back to Penang at about 5pm but we found out our bus to KL wasn't until midnight. We killed a lot of time discussing whether or not we were or weren't in China town, it was quite funny, trying to justify our reasoning "Look! That's Chinese writing! And there's a dragon!" We ended up walking round in circles a few times but we eventually found a hawker stall where we enjoyed some cheap Malay meals. Gemma was adamant she had seen a sign for a live music bar in the ...