Sheraton Subang Hotel and Towers
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... down the road to our homestay lake retreat.
A few of us went canoeing on the lake as dusk approached and I'm pleased to report that we all found our way back before dark, despite using a complex navigation method based on the blind leading the blind theory.
The next day we were led on a village walk and tasted random ...
... The fantasy began to rapidly dissipate once we discovered that beer started at $9 USD a can. Oh, and that we were the only westerners in the whole airport who were "camping out". Although I was covered from neck to toe in baggy clothing, I was the object of much fascination to (what I can only assume to be) the locals who had set up camp in cosy groups (just like the ones I had once imagined being a part of, except we ...
... past 9 months without a proper conversation with my mum because of ridiculous skype connection but to not be able to talk properly on Mother's Day sucked so much. And then after the fourth time of skype shutting down and with me nearly in tears bloody 'mama I love you' comes on the radio and I started full on crying in the middle of the hostel entrance way (best lighting, codaprobs) ... Laaaame. Muchos homesickness that night but woke up the next day feeling fine and ready for AFRICA! Tbc ...
... birds. We arrived at the pond and there one of the hosts was entering with a big load of fish. All the birds attacked and wanted a fish. We stood pretty close and Benson got bitten by one of the birds oeps! Luckily nothing happend and it felt like he just passed by something real close.
We finished our visit to the bird park by watching the feeding of the eagles. They were very small ...
... about an hour or so caught the train back to KL station and got the tube back to the petronas towers where we had lunch in the mall and then just sat updating our blog for a bit before it was time to go up the petronas towers. We arrived at the check in desk for the towers where we had to go through airport scanners and then got into a lift which took us up to the middle of the towers where the bridge links the two towers together and we were allowed 20 minutes to ...
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