Resort Hotel Genting Highlands
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So I am a little over 9 months into my journey and can’t believe how quickly time is flying by. It’s hard to recall all the wonderful experiences I’ve had and thankfully they wont be forgotten as Vi has insisted on logging them into a memory book (whether they are shared experiences or ones on our own). But after 9 months even a journey as grand ...
... Australien auf dem Flughafen Parkplatz vergessen hat. Nach einigen Recherchen, Anrufen, abrufen des Erinnerungsvermögens und der freundlichen Hilfe eines Infostand Mitarbeiters haben wir nach einer gefühlten Ewigkeit unsere Unterkunft lokalisiert.
Nach einer ca. 2h Busfahrt angekommen (Ja, der Flughafen liegt ziemlich weit außerhalb) checkten wir in der Matahari Lodge ein und machten uns schnurstracks auf die Suche nach etwas beißbaren sowie einer Möglichkeit das WM Spiel ...
... to see it every second day...and surely I am trying to do my best and learn some new skills in photography to get a good shot of it.
I can easily say KL is one of my favorite cities even tho there is only few places to see around.
The easiest way to describe it is simply one word.... KewL KL
Cant wait to see more of Malaysia, so I'm off to my next stop...but I already know I will be back in here very soon :)
We hope to spark some local educational initiatives. Ms Joyce Tay will be the U6Sc5-76 class representative that will manage/monitors its usage. Thanks to Victoria Ho Tso we have made this a reality in Malaysia for local eduvolunteers there. This "giving chest" is beautifully illustrated by Loretta Chang in this slide presentation: http://www.scribd.com/doc/219625593/mOL C-givingchest
TK says: huge thanks all ...
... for pedestrians. Pavements don't really exist and when they do they're pretty dangerous, cracked, broken etc. Crossing the road is ridiculous - crossings either don't exist so you end up running across a 4 lane road to the central reservation or when they do exist you are standing there, in blistering sweaty heat, for a good 10 minutes waiting for the green man to appear! Also, at one point I was walking down the side of ...