Quality Hotel City Centre
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... the mall under the towers before 8am ready to queue. It was quiet... very quiet... were we lucky??? NO!!!! The towers were closed as it was another public holiday! Thwarted again, we drowned our sorrows in a cup of coffee whilst waiting for Uniqlo to open. I really needed a couple of new t-shirts as some were too hot, some ripped and some just starting to get too disgracefully old to be wearing in public. I know we are meant to look scruffy, but my bow ...
... It's worth a wander through though. I've found the locals selling their wares to be much less pushy than those in Thailand. A simple "no" seems to do the trick and ensure that they leave you alone.
We decided it was time for a bit of relaxation and headed off to Perdana Botanical Garden. It took us a while to find it (we ended up walking in a circle...) but we made it. Unless it was just the route we took, the surrounding ...
... we had found our dinner for the night. The naan bread was the best I'd ever had; soft and chewy, thin and flavourful, soaking up curry sauce beautifully. I won't describe in detail all the dishes, but between us we (nearly) finished three curries, six naan, six chapattis, five bhaji, one basmati rice, one lassi, two cokes and a litre of water. Total cost? £20. Stuffed to the brim with chicken and spice, we retired early and promptly slept straight ...
... visit was definitely the reptile house, where for a small fee you can get your picture taken with a burmese python. There were two women with burmese pythons, and while posing with the first snake drapped over my shoulders, the second woman then somewhat added her python to the situation (*insert inappropriate joke here*). I actually quite like snakes and almost got one as a pet once, but when you're trying to keep track of two snake heads and ...
Walking through the pounding rain en route to the 99 store on our corner I stepped into a huge puddle. As the dirty street water splashed onto my bare legs, all I could think was "what a great way to end a pretty nice day--- said no one ever!" I was walking to the 99 store to pick up some more water, search for sugar, and buy noodles--my dinner for tonight. I quickly stepped out of the puddle and maneuvered my way over the open gutter to the store entrance. Being that I was just in ...