Puteri Park Hotel
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... s delight), nattering to everyone I passed, it was soon time to hop into Louisa's (another old colleague) car and head back to her house. Louisa and her family were kindly putting us up for the weekend and it was great to be in good company and catch up over some chicken and chips, as well as to take the opportunity to wash pretty much everything we owned and have the best nights sleep in a long time!
At the Petronas Towers ...
... effort! The large, beautiful grass square was actually a cricket green for the Selangor Cricket Club. It was also the center of attention when Malaysia celebrated 50 years of independence in 2007. The square is surrounded by various museums and government buildings, but noticeably the skyline is not concealed behind lots of skyscrapers. Our guide told us that there is now a moratorium on tall buildings visible from this site, and hopefully ...
... green goo. All fun and games! A really nice night though and lovely to do the traditional meal, despite the locals thinking we were some sort of comedy show!
So i have one more teaching day before half term. I am spending this week in Melaka (a colonial town about 2 hours drive from here) with a girl called Lucy (she’s actually the fiancÚ of one of the guys in science but I’ve got to know her through netball) and then I am back on Sunday evening, before taking ...
... again indebted to Chris and his wife Tracey for putting us up at their amazing apartment in Kuala Lumpur for a couple of nights. Their apartment has the most incredible views of the Petronas towers-the first night there we didn't close the curtains so we could enjoy the vista. We spent a day exploring the city, but mainly marvelling at the fact that there were intact pavements, there was no rubbish in the street, cars stopped at zebra crossings, and making the most of ...
... later in the day I stubbed the big toe on my other foot TWICE. No breaks in skin there either, thankfully. This is what happens when you walk around in sandals all the time...
So my first stop today was (new) Little India. The city apparently 'moved' Little India to a different section of time a few years ago. The purpose of my visit: to see Little India, but mostly to buy a sari. It has been one of my life goals to buy (and wear) ...