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Travel Blogs from Petaling Jaya
... daunting as long as I didn't look up or especially down to the big support/connecting bits.
From my perspective you get plenty of time up there. I'm glad I did it but if I go back to KL it's not something I'd need to do again.
It was when we were up there that Jacqs realised she didn't have her camera. She'd texted me from it on the way to Petronas but must have left it on the seat. Bummer. Maybe if someone finds it they'll ...
... peeps at my gate - T6 - who had to be herded to a special Other Gate, Y2, which is not visible from Gate T6 as it's entry is upstairs. Apparently they don't include the flights that don't actually leave from T6 on the T6 info board........who'd have thunk? One just has to guess when the special portal opens and be ready to dive through. Incidentally, that's where I am now after going through customs and buying another flight. I am sitting on ...
... at times, which feels like you could be any number of places all at once. Indian, Malay, Chinese, Hindu, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, you name it, they've got it! This makes for amazing food, rich culture and urban life, and ideas a plenty, but under the surface and even a little on the surface causes political and social conflict amongst the innumerable groups here. The weather also seems to be a constant source of complaint- either raining ...
... time I think that The Boy's bladder must be superhuman. After about a 5 minute train ride across the airport, we arrive at Immigration, still no suitcases in sight. On the plane we had been advised that our electronic fingerprints would be taken. We queued for only about 30 seconds, were called forward and greeted by a non smiling man, who looked at our passports and gave us a stamp in it!! Yay, we got stamped passports. None of this super modern electronic ****. You get a passport to ...
... drink was needed. We carry on up to the cave. The opening has, several stalls, tourist stalls. Selling the usual postcards and key rings and that, oh and the stalls with your standard remote control helicopters and cars! The cave is massive, and flat concrete flooring has been laid throughout it, not sure why. A few more steps, and then another touristy "blessing" stand, basically a platform and they will bless you good luck and you donate money. We stayed well away from this. We ...
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