The Plaza Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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... sagar how to play golf. Annoyingly he became kind of good at it quite quickly. Headed out for dinner again to another mall which was like a hawker market and again ordered and ate a **** load of food. Then headed to a bar and watched Liverpool lose. Every bloody time I watch a game with Karum, Liverpool lose. Bloody ****, only positive was Man U also ...
... but must have come from the English words and they were spelt as we'd pronounce them; Taxi was Teksi, express was ekspres, commuter was komuter, counter was kaunter and ticket was tiket. I understand the logic but it was still quite amusing.
We got the train back to the airport and tried to find some traditional Malaysian food. We struggled! We did find something but it wasn't very nice!
Then we checked in and headed for our plane. That was the end of our Malaysian ...
... of polished off at least 2 cookies each in small pieces. Surprisingly not much difference in price we purchased some snacks, including 3 bags of dolly mixture reduced to 50p, haven't seen Emma that excited in a while.
After lunch we decided to carry on our homely theme and watch a film at the cinema. With not much choice we went for Fast and Furious 7, not bad despite some of the most unrealistic scenes of all time. At 15 Ringgit (£3) a ticket you couldn't really ...
... was in heaven.
One of the other key reasons for visiting KL at this point in our journey, was to take in the Formula 1 Grand Prix. After a ridiculously organised and swift transfer from the city, we arrived at the Sepang Circuit. Having booked only a few weeks in advance we were really fortunate to have managed to acquire seats overlooking a few corners, the pit lane entrance and the start/finish line (just & with the ...
... the front, the flags seemed unfamiliar so mum figured they were hotel flags or something, but an Australian flag came past! We couldn't see who got out and a Google search didn't uncover any reason why any dignitaries would be in Malaysia at the moment. Pavilion was the next stop, but only quickly as there was just for Dad to see. Caught the monorail into KLCC; there were less trains running due to CNY but more people using them; it was absolute hell. We had ...