Seri Malaysia Bagan Lalang Sepang
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... quickly. The traffic is also not nearly as congested as we have been used to. The population of Malaysia is only about 28 million and KL itself has less than 2 million. The other thing which is great, they have green men and the traffic stops for them. You've still to watch those left turners though. I really hate this. As you walk around you see loads of Westerners either on holiday, but a really high number obviously working. We got speaking to ...
... to race day!
We arrived at the track by noon (in time for the driver autograph session) and caught a glimpse of Alonso, Hamilton, Button and Perez. Unfortunately autographs were not possible for us due to the massive crowd. We had lunch, met some race fans from Seattle and spoke to a wonderful couple from Australia. Then we took our seats to catch a Porsche GT race, and waited patiently for the main event to start.
... did not really worry us too much as we were there for one reason only and after a brief but aggressive storm had passed we grabbed a cab to the festival. We had organised the cab through the hotel and it cost an outrageous 50 Malaysian Ringgit for the 10 minute drive up the highway to Sepang raceway. Just to add insult to the outrageous taxi fixed price system, the taxi driver kept his meter running so we could see that the actual flag down fare would ...
... shorter 5 hour layover and 2 old friends came to meet me as well for dinner so we went our separate ways.
Thanks Francis and Lawrence for showing me Putrajaya, your federal administrative centre of Malaysia , Masjiid Putra and dinner at the Alamanda Shopping Centre during my short transit stop. Boy it was still humid even after 6 pm.
Since we r free on a saturday nite, we decided to hang out at the airport which is just a stone's throw away from our hse.. we love the place as it is like a huge playground for our little daughter where we can easily keep a watchful eye on her. the viewing deck also is a cool place to hang out and kill time where u can watch planes come and go.. mind you that KLIA is not as crowded as other international airports even though its a world class airport as far as im concerned..
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