Quality Hotel Shah Alam
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... steel box shapes with cutout writings on each side English one side and ?Malay on the other. All part of the one poem about love and good vs ill. I have photographed so if easily read I will write out here latter. When we were at dinner we sat outside. Missed the luxury of eating at home without inhaling second hand smoke. Only two smokers, our luck for it to permeate our area, The guy was smoking a fat cigar, brought back the memory of a smell I still have no liking for. ...
... went to see the Hindu temple in Batu Caves, and just by coincident they happened to have the yearly Hindu festival called Thaipusam these days. While walking the 272 steps up to reach the caves, some monkeys started to be a bit intrusive. Mathilde, who have read about all kind of monkey deceases you get if they bite, started to rush up the steps. I think the monkeys were a bit amused by this and decided to play along since they ...
... and after a number of attempts at finding decent affordable local restaurants, we gave in on far too many occasions to the MacDonald's special lunch and dinner deals. That may have been good for the budget but it wasn’t good for the diet and after about 10 McD meals, we definitely weren’t ‘loving it’. Sometimes you can have too much of a bad thing and eventually it has to stop, it will probably be some time before ...
Well this was unexpected ...
I went to the pool this morning for the normal sunbathe and swim and there was a MTV Beach Party. Ha Ha
Well, not quite but within 30 minutes of me being there the locals who live in the complex, had me eating Pizza and cheesecake.
They had opened beer by early afternoon and had a large bottle of Black Label Whiskey ready!
There was me just wanting a swim ...but I ...
... as a growing river gushed down its path.
§ Pagsanjan Falls which we actually didn’t see due to the crazy cost of hiring a boat as opposed to the incredibly cheap (and surprisingly nice!) accommodation at the nearby town.
§ Daranak Falls which we decided to go to as an alternative to Pagsanjan – a quaint little hideaway with a few local tourists and a bunch of swimming tubes for hire!
§ The Banaue Rice Terraces in ...