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- Swimming pool
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We continued the tour through the city visiting the town hall and other such authority buildings (as per a standard city tour) – most bizarre stop being one at an Post Office. Strange part of the tour but the fact we visited a lot of famous buildings yet wasn’t allowed inside any of them, the tour acting like a picture book really. We had lunch in the Grand Hotel in Saigon which was advertised as “local cuisine” – hmm, well, it was a ...
... performance set to music. Finally, I went to Little India and in a mood of celebration and happinesss spent a fortune for a backpacker on an Indian meal and Indian sweets. Such a good day!
The next day, i awoke to find out there was another Open house with free food less than 10 minutes from the hostel. So again, I headed there and the food this time was even better than the last! So much choice, variety and taste all for free. This ...
... homework. I have now set all my groups their first, some their second, homework. There has only been one class where i had ONE student not hand in homework! Different world! It’s also very strange to go from a member of the school where you pretty much knew the ins and out to someone who just knows nothing! By Tuesday i was feeling massively overwhelmed, mainly by the technical demands. Alice Smith are very up on their learning technologies and using google drive ...
... to help me pick the correct ticket. I'm sure a few people got a laugh out of that. On the way out of the mall- yes, the post office was in the mall (how convenient!) I saw a borders and decided to take a peak. Walking around I stumbled on a section full of Malaysian writers and ended up buying a book of short stories all set in KL. I figured, what better way to get to know a city than through its local writers? Maybe it's just the book worm in me.
... we decided to head up to
South Korea from KL for the Dano festival then onto Japan its very close
In KL we enjoyed wandering around the KLCC, eating American
burgers and Mark enjoyed going to an indoor bouldering wall at another shopping
complex when Indi was sleeping. We went to look at the Petronas Towers and
contemplated going to the Sky bar at the Traders Hotel overlooking the Towers.
We had a walk around the city on our free day, we ...