Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar
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Our final leg was 4 hours across the South China Sea and across the former Indochina to the Malay Penninsula. KUL is a great airport and we were warmly welcomed. The rains held off until we checked into our hotel. A well deserved nap and shower at the Pullman and team dinner tonight as the remaining folks arrive throughout the evening.
Well it's official folks, I've been in KL for one month! My experience so far has had its ups and downs, but I am so thankful for all the kind people that I have met. This past week was pretty chill with most of my work at my internship being centered around Muslim Family Law.
I have quickly found that everyone who works at SIS are like a family. When you walk into the office you can see people sharing pictures from ...
... junior manager' had on a pair of shoes not so pointy - he must have got to the 'uniform room' early today.
John had a pocket full of bread that he'd pinched at brekky, so we fed the ravenous fish before we went ...
This morning I decided to venture north to the Batu Caves. However, first I decided to see what the itinerary I had found through a search meant by "real Malaysian life". It said to get up early to experience it. Despite being in what I thought was the right area, and the tourist map agreed with my offline map as to where I should be and was, most places were closed. Maybe my version of early is different, but it was about 9am. Since that proved to be a bust I found ...
... watched a bird show where large parrots were performing tricks such as flying through hoops, racing, and speaking to the audience. The most impressive area was the waterfall avery. A huge waterfall with lush plants and flamingoes bathing in the water below. We then walked down a path which had at least 50 birds in the middle of it which had their huge wings spread out and they were balancing on one foot. It looked as though they were sunbathing, it was really funny! ...