Park Plaza International Kuala Lumpur
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Our eyes opened and the reality of our new life of hotel rooms and squabbles over who goes on the IPad first dawned!
The Aloft hotel in KL is our base for the next 2 days in KL and is located a stones throw from Sentral train station. 2 double beds and a really cool bathroom made it a perfect first stay and under budget!
KL is a modern city and surprised Sinead with it's clean and efficient experience ...
... was a new one there, smaller than the black and white one with a moustache, a beautiful cream colour with dark grey ears. It broke my heart to leave him/her/it behind. I wanted to take it home.
We got in our taxi and left for the airport. This taxi driver was as friendly and chatty as the last one was and insisted on taking us to a jetty where you could see the Crystal Palace and a bunch of mosques that lined the water on the opposite side, apparently ...
... had a cocktail each and found out that we were actually quite peckish. We went down to the food court to grab some food, even though they had a nandos and a subway (our favourites from back home) we opted to have some Malaysian food instead as it was our last dinner in KL until we are back. We went to a noodle bar and both had chicken and noodles.
We planned to get back to the hotel for 9.30pm so that Maureen could skype back home. We left before ...
... I got my map out and decided where I was going to go that day. I went to get ready and bumped into Alex, an English guy who I had also met the night before and he told me he was going to see to the temple with the worlds largest reclining Buddha, so I scrapped my own plans and decided to join him. That's the beauty of travelling, you can start the day with an idea of what you're going to do and end up doing something totally different. Alex and I got on straight away and chatted the ...
... at 50".
Yes, I have a Daily Mail reader for a brother.
Consequently I have withdrawn the story if it's going to be misinterpreted by idiots like him. It's too sad to write to be taken for Daily Mail fodder.
Apologies for anyone who has had to read this. Had to get it off my chest somehow. One final thing. He constantly quotes me as saying I take Temazepam. Idiocy is idiocy I guess. What I do take under prescription is diazepam. Which ...