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... comes to a mere £4 each, with a few drinks thrown in as well. But as the saying goes, you get what you pay for, and this was undoubtedly the case. We were provided with a bowl of murky water in which to cook our own noodles, alongside various meats and fish that would even look out of place at the deli counter in Nettos. One positive though was the ice cream, which took little time for us to work our way through the majority of the cart. After ...
... mnie, ze lepiej sie tu nie krecic po nocy, a i "Little India"jest juz w zasadzie gdzie indziej.Pomyslalem, ze lepiej nie kusic losu w ostatni dzien, zrobilem wiec tylko z gosciami zdjecie i wrocilem do domu Tima autobusem bo on sam gral jeszcze gdzies w badmingtona z kolegami (probowal mnie wyciagnac, ale przegral ze zwiedzaniem).
Jutro wczesna pobudka - musze sie przemiescic ze 70 km do lotniska miedzynarodowego. Opuszczam Malezje ale nie znaczy to, ze to koniec mych przygod ...
We woke up at 7 this morning to be ready to meet our driver by 8. He was promptly on time, and we headed toward the Batu Caves. I really haven't done a lot of reading about the things we are doing here, so I had no idea what to expect. What I did know was that the plan was to leave at 8 and get back at 11 p.m. which I was already concerned about before we stepped foot out into the immense heat.
Batu Caves was very interesting. There are ...
It's 20:58 on 25th February 2013 This is what we've been up to over the last few days since our last blog: 22nd Feb - Georgetown, Penang. We took a bus ride to the Botanical Gardens (aka "Waterfall Gardens"), which were established by the British in 1884 from an old quarry site. It was very beautiful and peaceful here. It was great to escape the hustle and bustle of Georgetown for a while. As we walked around we came across a man who encouraged us to visit the ...
... br> Once we'd finally sorted the camera and a few other bits, the last couple of hours were spent at the KL Tower which is the 4th tallest observation tower in the world (Kuala Lumpur is a tall place and James loves his facts!!!). We got some amazing views across the city from the observation deck and a chance to test out the new camera.
Next stop, the strange tiny oil rich country of Brunei on the island of Borneo-we'll see you ...
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