Park Plaza International Kuala Lumpur
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... about 10:00.
We had a street food dinner and decided to complete our Bukit Bintang adventure where it began a few months ago when watching the boxing........in Healy Macs Irish Bar!
We had a couple drinks and toasted another fun filled day before heading back to the hotel! Tomorrow we swap hotels for the final night of our adventure........we have planned tomorrow's hotel as a treat so we are hoping it lives up........ Watch this space!
... and had four hours to wait for our return flight so found a bar to sit in and watch the world go by. I had a couple of glasses of cider which were served with four thin slices of Apple- it was really nice and refreshing!
Whilst sitting there, we saw a mother with her two young children, both had pots of ice-cream. Her son, the youngest (probably about five or six years old) dropped his on the floor (I'm not sure if it was dropped or thrown but either way) he threw a ...
Another early flight, airports are starting to become rather tedious, just a 40 minute flight this time into the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur. Our taxi ride from the airport to the hotel was the craziest to date, I don't know what the speed limits were but I'm pretty sure they were broken the whole way, the taxi driver mumbling gibberish to himself, we clung on for dear life. We made it in one piece, we were too early to check into or room so threw our ...
... then stand up and proceed to toss the shredded ingredients into the air with chopsticks while saying various "auspicious wishes" out loud, or simply "lo hei, lo hei" (撈起, 撈起, in Mandarin lāoqǐ, lāoqǐ, meaning "scoop it up, scoop it up"). It is believed that the height of the toss reflects the height of the diners' growth in fortunes, thus diners are expected to toss enthusiastically.
Mum had a headache ...
... one of the few groups of South Americans in KL...! We weren't quite brave enough to try out our Spanish but understood a few things that were being said. As the big countdown approached we were fixated on the roof of the towers to catch the kick off of the fireworks with cameras ready. Three... Two... ONE...! Fireworks going off everywhere only we can't see them because they are not coming off the towers but are behind us over the park!