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Well, hopefully now we are all aware of palm oil plantations, and the destruction of orang-utan forest habitat (not to mention all the other critters and plants that live there), but to fly over miles and miles and miles and miles of palm plantations really is heartbreaking........please choose wisely at the supermarket, to avoid palm oil.......I know, it is almost impossible in the western world, but we can try.......
Welcome to my ...
... time – just so you know not to worry mum!
At this point, it was midday and it started pouring down again, I went back to the room quickly and realised that I wouldn’t have as many days to do everything I wanted to in KL now but as it was raining so much I should try and find some stuff to do that might be inside, so I quickly done some research and decided to head to a popular section of town and I got myself all ready and then as soon as ...
... well for beggar all.
Back home the logistics for arranging to meet up with all our CS
friends in KL totally consumed the night - along with Federer's loss
Sunday morning a trip into central KL. Medeka Square, where Malaysia
celebrated its important days. Nearby an immaculate cricket ground
bordered with nostalgic examples of English pomposity. Somehow I do
not enjoy seeing this evidence of ...
... ner Tag neigte sich dem Ende entgegen. Wir verabschiedeten uns von Dominik und kehrten zum Bloggen, Surfen und Songs schreiben in unser Hostel zurück.
Nach so viel städtischen Eindrücken zog es uns am Sonntag nach einem ruhigen Morgen ins Grüne. Cigdem war bei ihren Recherchen zur Umgebung auf das FRIM-Reservat gestoßen. Dabei handelt es sich um ein nachgeforstetes Stück Regenwald in direkter Umgebung von Kuala Lumpur. Unser Hostel-Ansprechpartner Alan riet uns, ...
Kuala Lumpur, a fine city happily between Thailand and Singapore. First thing to notice is that it is a real city which in some ways is a sight for sore eyes. It has stable electric and a metro system. The main difficulty for us when arriving in KL was that it was Eid celebrations over the weekend.
This slowed us down in places and also stopped us completely from seeing the viewing deck at the Twin towers, however the KL tower provided a great 360 degree ...