Resort Hotel Genting Highlands
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- Family rooms
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... t worry yet, it might not happen.
Ok hubby goes to golf, it's all arranged, I will stay with daughter. We rested and slept on and off until 10am when Christina texts to ask if we want to go to the night markets tonight.I reply thanking her for her kind offer, but daughter is sick. She is in the condo within minutes and arranges to take her to their local doctor.We shower and drive there but daughter is still being sick in ...
... then take the night bus. If the weather's bad then I'll just take the afternoon bus and try to get a good night's sleep when I get in to El Nido.
And why am I worried about the weather? Because there's a monsoon! It's not actually going to hit Palawan at all, but we'll be getting residual rain probably from the edges. When it's raining from a monsoon they cancel a lot of the island-hopping tours I'm hoping to do in El Nido. I still have a lot ...
... First we went to the sky bridge, which was on floor 41 and then we went to the observation deck on floor 86, some 450m up. It was pretty amazing seeing all the other buildings below us and the view of KL at night, it's definitely the highest building we have been up!! The towers look amazing lit up at night. So that's it for today, we're off on a bus tour of the city tomorrow and then hopefully going to the Batu caves on Friday and then we'll be flying home on Saturday ...
Heat was pretty unbearable but the book Moira gave me said the Batu Caves was a must see and yes it was! We travelled by air conditioned train thank god about 45 mins out of the city to Batu where the poverty and living conditions are very noticeable. The caves themselves with shrines and figurines were amazing and then there was the 200 plus steps to another cave with two worshiping temples in. I had to hire ...
... to Subang airport, they laugh and reply yes as their wives push in front of me to put their suitcases through first.
Running running running, sweating, sweating, sweating, I see a taxi sign pointing one way and another one the other- a shifty guy calls out taxi to me. I run to one of the directions and I don't see the taxi's. I go back to where I started and the shifty guy catches my eye once more, I ask him how much to Subang airport , he tells me 40 ringgit, yes thank god ...