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... for fair elections, or whatever they call themselves, had received over 1000 complaints about unfair electoral practices, 20 of them involving firearms (ie people being threatened with guns). The country also flooded (another case of us being lucky with the weather, we left Sri Lanka on Dec 11th) and there was even talk of suspending the election. In January Rajapaksa lost.
"There's a sinister undercurrent you may not actually see, but you'll feel." Wise words ...
... its colour, no other connotations!) I wish more cities offer such a useful service. It's a great way to learn the geography of the city. Evening off to Jalan Ator, the main street food street. A great place for people watching, as well as eating. Every eatery spilling out onto the road, down which cars and motorbikes still insisted on driving. And every restaurant fronted by half a dozen people thrusting menus under your nose, and insisting that THIS is the place ...
Being New Years Eve, we made our plans for the night and thought we'd check out the Petronas Towers beforehand. Its actually a really impressive building and overlooks the city central park from which you have great views of the towers. After what came to be the late afternoon/early evening thunderstorm, we headed to Jalan Alor which is the home to hawker food in Kuala Lumpur, had a couple of drinks along the main backpacker ...
... mattress by a window, with our drinks, gazing down at the streets and city lights below us. We could have stayed there ALL night... But when we noticed the staff were kind of beginning to hang around awkwardly and we were the last ones in there pretty much, we decided to make a move back to our room. My oh my, oh what a night.
So all in all, a great 36 hours in KL... Plush, exquisite hotel room... Dazzling views of the Towers and the city ...
... rewarding. Literally sat in the pitch black unable to see anything but the small red dots of the cameras in a corner of the room, it was quite surreal. Relying totally on other senses courses were brought out one by one which we had to navigate our way through - we probably only ate half! Once we'd finished up our plates would be removed and the next course brought, like ninjas though at one point a gentleman waiter came to take our plates and upon "excuse me" ...