Pearl International Hotel
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... screaming "special prices" to all the tour groups. Our last stop was to the local crafts market that we'd been warned had some incredible items and super bargains. Unfortunately because we were delayed at our docking (yet again...) we had a very limited time to look and shop. Along the way, Vikki noticed some of the men getting a "foot massage," which involved tiny fish nibbling at one's toes and feet, ...
... several servers bring you some food that is ladled onto the leaf such as rice, curry, cucumber, cabbage, chicken and lamb- there is no cutler and everything is eaten with your fingers- but ONLY with right hand- so needless to say this was a challenge for Sandy and I as lefties! It was very tasty but a challenge to eat! At then end of your meal, if you are finished and you liked it, you fold the banana leaf over toward you, which signals that you ...
... on this level for guests to look around the city. I took a peak and saw some dude swimming in a hotel pool! We had a good laugh, no one is safe from the tourist view from the KL binoculars!
Again we only got 15 minutes on this level before being taken back down to ground floor. I was disappointed by that because I truly feel like I could have spent forever (and needed more time) taking in the views. But I guess its all about ...
... doing Thai Chi or similar in their own style of exercise wear. Anyway we were first in line to check in and went through to our gate where we had breakfast at a cafe. The flight was good (3 hours) so with the time difference we landed at about 1.30 KL time. With some help we found the way to the hotel and fortunately could use ...
We woke up at around 9 am and headed for breakfast. The only option was toast and a hot drink of your choice. I had a cappuccino and Eiry asked for tea. The man said at first that there was no tea, an then changed his mind. When he served the tea it turned out to be hot chocolate. We told him so he pressed the same button again which resulted in another hot chocolate. We said that it was hot chocolate, but he responded that the machine never lies. After breakfast we headed over ...