Quality Hotel Shah Alam
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... stores. My husband was happy not to much damage was done. Little does he know I'm saving it for Zurich. For the evening we went out to Petaling Street. It's one of our favourite places to visit and to seek out our favourite soup kitchen. Yes they were there, she recognised us immediately. Gave Cooper a massive hug and reflected on when we saw her last when Cooper was 2 in a stroller. Chase and Leslie ...
... us. So, at this stage the new arrival date is Sunday. The Port is about an hour from Kuala Lumpur so we got the monorail from where we are to KL Sentral and then a train to the Port. The trains are good, very clean and fairly new and cheap. $4.60 Malaysian each way which is about $1.40 Aus.
Today we went to the Automobile Association Malaysia to organise our insurance and a permit ...
... COURSE they have daily mass - three times a day in fact. How to know you're in a Catholic country: Sunday mass times are 5,6,7,8,9,10,3,4,5,6,7. Yah. That's ELEVEN masses on Sunday. Pretty awesome.
Anyways, the road sort of ended at the port which was gated so I turned around and head back. I'd somehow left my map back at the hostel so I wasn't sure which was to turn off the main road to see if it continued in another direction. I found a ...
Today was the water park day which we were right up for that was until we realised Kirstie was going to be the only woman there showing more than just her ankles lol The ticket we got allowed us into the wildlife and the theme parks also which was ...
... had stopped and the Towers looked very cool indeed, quite futuristic! Sadly we missed the last monorail train back to our guesthouse and so we meandered back with help from a few road maps, when we next spotted the Petronas Towers through a gap in the skyline we noticed that the lights had been switched off, so it looks as though we timed our visit very well!
Next day we said farewell to Malaysia, as we made our next journey to Siem Reap, Cambodia. ...