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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We planned out the rest of the day with Dan (it was 5:00am…!) and then promptly threw our stuff down and collapsed on the bed. We hadn’t slept in 24 hours and were ready for a little shut eye. We had finally made it…!
We slept for a few hours and woke up at around 11:45am. Dan knocked on our door to introduce us to Venus and Jessica, the two medical students who would be visiting the communities with us for the first week. Both ...
... galleries. The art here is truly beautiful and some of it included such stunningly vibrant colours. This was probably my favourite part of the whole Central Market. Outside another set of doors from the market, we found some street stalls selling even more various items and of course more food. We stumbled upon bamboo pudu, a sweet made from all natural ingredients including tapioca, coconut, sugarcane, and a couple others I can't remember. We watched ...
... but the Petronas Towers remain the tallest twin buildings in the world. I wanted the photos of the Towers at the top of this post, but I am using the iPad to write my entries, and the program I use will not let me position the photos. Another day I went to see the Kuala Lumpur (called KL). It is used for communication purposes and has an antenna that reaches 1,381 feet in the air. It was built in 1995. The tower has stairs and an elevator to the top where there is ...
... come true for me ahah. After doing a bit of shopping (Jord got a wallet and a belt buckle) we found this like reggae restaurant dedicated to Bob Marley which was pretty good so we were glad we got to check that out. After dinner we walked around the market a little more which is just a fun experience in itself so that was great. The next day we grabbed breakfast at a cute little cafe called Lucy in the Sky before heading off on a big adventure throughout Kuala Lumpur which was ...
... to go back to the station. I walked out of the gate and stopped a couple of taxis, but the driver refused to give me a ride, because the railway station was too close (too far to walk, though). Next driver told me to pay MYR10 without using the meter. When I went to FRIM by taxi, I paid MYR7 for the taxi fare, so I didn't want to pay MYR10, leving the taxi without saying anything. I didn't know why ...