Peninsula Residence All Suite Hotel
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... on the dead skin. Very different! We grabbed a quick lunch, and as we were finishing up, who should happen by, but our good Brit friends, Clive and Christine. So before leaving for the bus ride back to the ship, we had the time a share "a spot of tea" together. We drove by the Petronis Towers (now the tallest twin towers in the world) and the KL Needle, a massive communications tower that dominates the Kuala ...
... otherwise they keep bringing more food around.
The stop at the Banana Leaf restaurant ended our tour. We decided to stay and shop around Little India for a bit as this was right up my alley! I bought a few things including some new nose studs- I hope they will fit!
Our walk back to our hotel was hot, so we decided to head into the air conditioning of the Central Market for some iced White Coffee and some ice cream called ice floss.
Since I've already been in Kuala Lumpur four days if you count my last visit and haven't seen basically anything except Chinatown for food, I figured I'd better get out and see stuff today before I head to the Philippines.So what have I been doing while I've been here? Trip planning. Too much trip planning. But the last part of my time in Asia is finally coming together and pretty soon I will have dates and flights for everywhere I'm going and ...
... so they don't have to deal with the people lingering forever. On the plus side, we were the first group for the 2:15-2:45pm tours, so we got to experience both the skybridge and the observation floor without numerous other tourists around.
Since I wanted to see the towers at night time also, we went back to Bukit Bating to buy some warmer clothes from H&M for Japan. Then went to Jalan Alor Street, which was supposed to be famous ...
... us. As we walked back through the dark cave we heard a rooster crow, he was king of his rock! Then it was back down the steep steps, almost as hard as walking up, definitely more scary, and we made it! I had to try a bowl of Laksa before leaving Malaysia and it wasn't hard to find. Interesting but delicious, I ate it up! After a quick rest and a coffee we headed to the botanical gardens. I ...