Peninsula Residence All Suite Hotel
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I finish the evening off with a meal in a Indian restaurant opposite KL Sentral. Merthi Pakora for entrée and unlike the onion-based pakora I am used to, these are green chillies coated in spices before being deep-fried. Now I enjoy hot food but WOW. Two Carlsbergs are required to help quell the flames in my mouth. Chicken Biryani for a main and I'm out of there for 47 ringgits (about $16).
... We hurried through the ticket gate, ran down the escalator, and embarked upon the train with only seconds to spare! We had made it, just. We sat back, got our breath back and rode the train to the airport. We had enough time to spare that check-in and baggage drop was only mildly stressful, and then we were on our way to Indonesia!
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All our love, Emma and Tom ...
... trying to get our business – neither of us were in the market for handbags, shoes or cheap t-shirts.
After our adventure through Chinatown we got back on the HOHO bus and started our journey back towards the Towers. We got off the bus at one of the larger shopping centres and as it was well past lunchtime, headed straight towards the nearest food court for some lunch. In keeping with our ‘where possible eat the local food’ approach, I had a ...
... attraction, HSBC (my bank) and we have one of these water fountains just outside our door (20cents of a ringgit for a litre of filtered water, saving on money and plastic).
Tonight we had a chinese chicken clay pot, that tasted good (but too salty) on one of the street restaurants and other little snacks on the street.
We haven't even started to look at what there is to do in this capital, let's just go with the flow!
... were sat in different seats, so we split off and went to find our seats which turned out to be quite good actually. There is a stand in front of the first straight bit and the first couple of bends, it's split into three sections, but once you are through the gate, there aren't any stewards to tell you to keep to your stand, so it's a bit of a free for all as long as nobody is sat in that seat. We sat and watched some cars go fast, which was good but I could help but ...