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... to do so. Secondly, the driver sure bumped along at a fast pace. Thirdly, looking out I saw the surrounding shops and streets on my way to the town Nilai. It was only a half an hour journey, but I was confronted by the reality......that I was in the developing world now.
I saw stray dogs roaming the streets, rather dirty and unkept restaurants with tacky neon lighting. And generally a look of disorganistion. I don't remark on these things to insult ...
... had to pass immigration. Apparently
they don't recognise the single entry visa I gained in The Netherlands
so I received a special stamp for only 30 days, more about this in a
With a ...
... next time.
They came and checked out our accommodation, then we went to drugs house that has recently been gutted, ready for renovation. Damn that auto correct. It was dogs house. No, dous house. Douglas is what I mean. I will post a photo.
mexican dinner was great, especially the jugs of tequila. I love it. There was no dancing on the tables though, we have a big weekend planned and have to curb our ...
... how hospitable Malaysians are. Although Joyce and I are always in the way of motorbikes and locals, no one ever honks or yells. It's actually unnerving to suddenly realize we're blocking a motorcyclist who (as we finally move out of the way)just turns to us and smiles and then speeds off into humidity of the city. Overall a great day in Malaysia and a refreshing (read: cool and not humid) night out with our new roommate Meagan (who has been traveling for 8 ...
... for the one place everyone were flocking to, the Petronas Towers. As many of you know I’m not a big landmark fan, but with KL is was kind of all it had to look at. We took the metro (driverless metro I might add!) across town and into the tourist nightmare, surprise surprise the inside of the towers was none other than a shopping mall. On a brighter note there were a lot of F1 related events going on around the towers and in town, it’s actually a shame we ...