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Luke and Anna changed their pocket money from pounds to Malaysian ringgits, the bank teller asked them in turn for their signature, first time for both of them. SO excited. In Malaysia there are 13 states, most states are run by a sultan and each state has its own government. The rules therefore in each state are different. For example, in Kelantan …
The day started with swollen fingers, probably from the flight. My ring was so tight and sore I had to have it cut off, we went to the shopping mall and found a jeweller - they cut it with wire clippers - the lady's name was Sylvia Poo - she was Chinese. On to the city centre to the Petronas towers, then a serunai lesson - fantastic, with Kamrul Hussin - a professional Malay musician.
... Dalek invasion of Paris. Left the house with no issues or problems, which in itself was a problem as we ended up wandering around the airport for an hour and a half waiting to be able to check in. Had some delicious food at Movida (Simon introduced me to a potato bomba, which is not a safe word to use in an airport). Hopped on the plane and in was smooth sailing to Malaysia. NOTE: My spelling isn't great at the best of times and the fact that place names etc are going to be in French ...
... shower room, albeit located outside of our room. We wasted no time and were soon back on the monorail sans rucksacks! In order to maximise the short time we had in Kuala Lumper, we decided it was best to venture to the Batu caves first, located slightly out of town. After a 30 minute train ride from KL Sentral, we arrived. At the top of the 242 stairs leading up to the caves, there is a Hindu temple. The most fascinating thing about the caves is the hundreds of wild monkeys that ...
... to Skype home. My impression of Kuala Lumpur is a Muslim New York City. The girls seem nice but without meaning to sound disrespectful some of the men here have made both of us a bit uncomfortable. Women are obviously below men here. It's not to say all the men have but a few have looked at me in a way I would find disrespectful at home. Not pervy they just stare in a leery manor and I've been careful with the way I dress so it's just weird as I'm not used ...
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