Prescott Hotel Kajang
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... remplie d'histoires et. D'Histoire. Venir ici m'a aussi permis de voir la campagne malaisienne qui est plus montagneuse que ce que j'ai vu ailleurs.c'est une ville envahie par les touristes, il va sans dire....et les. Gens sont en général accueilants et souriants. Cependant deux éléments m'ont donné froid dans le dos: durant l'après-midi quelques camions ont passé à toute vitesse dans le centre ville et l'un d'eux arborait un drapeau ...
... There were so many options and most of the time you were only about 10 minutes walk from a range of options. Taxi to the distant KL airport takes about an hour and is at least 60km and multiple toll freeways. Drivers are surprisingly better than the other asian countries. Always lots of scooters but mostly tolerant of each other and of the two kiwis strutting across the road. Flight home was straightforward. Ten hours from hotel to ...
... city. Because of the distance and the traffic, we started back toward the port by about 3:00 PM.
The show onboard was pretty good -- a singer named Bobby Brooks Wilson (son of Motown singer Jackie Wilson). He sang many familiar songs from my teenage years and as well as doing impressions of people from Elvis to Johnny Mathis. We have another short distance to our next port, so it was early to bed for us again.
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Had a lie in this morning after a hectic few days and more to come. Just did a bit of wandering, found the Patronas towers explored a bit of china town and found a lovely shopping mall with finally an M&S with a wheat free range!! So happy May have stocked up a little! ...
... like a cow has 4 stomachs, they have 3. A lot of their food is very hard to digest. The stomach contains a lot of bacteria which helps to break down the food and also to deactivate many poisons in the plants. This enables them to eat toxic leaves and fruits which would kill any normal animal. (Except sugary fruits which having said all that (ironically?!) kills them.
Population and threats- at Bako National Park, there were ...