Quality Hotel Shah Alam
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... except resort islands...Yes ko Samui I am talking to you) in everything and Japan has expensive hotels, but food is cheap comparing to Europe. We had loads of meals for 3 for 10 euros only and a can of coke was 30cents in Japan. In Thailand we could have a meal for 1-2 euros easily. Of course every trip has good and bad moments. Some of the "what the hell are we doing here" moments: -The Fery ride between Ko Tao and Ko Samui-2 Hours of sheer horror. -Shanghai ...
... and saw people still drinking their juice from plastic bags with a straw in it. It may not have stood out so much for me if I didn't have a photo of Terry drinking her bright orange juice the same way when we were just young things and thought it was such a novelty. The back alleys were full of locals and all sorts of edibles just waiting for the end of life - chickens, frogs, eels and all sorts of other unrecognizables covered in flies without an ounce ...
... and one I will remember!
This morning we had a look at some shops and then spent the afternoon in the pool, it was very relaxing and just what we all needed after some very busy days!
Dinner was at the hotel tonight - it was an all you can eat buffet for $20/person - it had over 65 dishes we could choose from and they cooked it fresh and bought it to the table - we are all soooo full as a result!
Tomorrow we head to Phuket - cocktails! :)
... all over the place! There is a monorail in KL that takes you to all of the major destinations in the city and it was cheap as chips. We went up the famous sky tower and surprisingly it was me who had to go back down due to feeling dizzy and scared not Reece!
The shopping centers in KL are amazing, I´m talking on the 5th floor of one there was a theme park... what?! They all just seemed to have so many amazing shops - we could have spent a fortune!
... the more unusual being Cendol (a dessert of shaved ice, red beans, syrup and green chewy noodles), Chee Cheong Fun (rice flour steamed and rolled, with chilli and shrimp paste, sweet sauce and sesame seeds) and Fried Oyster Omelette (oysters, tapioca flour batter,chives and eggs).
When not eating, which seems to have become the focus of this leg of the trip, we wandered George Town. We had a guided tour of a Kapitan Keling Mosque, where we had ...