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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... out at the hotel taking things easy. We did venture out, and walked up the road in the heat to catch the 'pink bus' - a free city circle bus. We saw a bit more of the center of the city and all the shops and shopping centers, but we couldn't be bothered to get off the bus and explore. The weather was closing in,and we were still tired. We found lunch in a supermaket - yes, you can buy your lunch there and sit down and eat ...
... of small corner shops and cafes.The food in these shops is just amazing and really cheap (if you haven’t already you must try Roti Canai or Dosa, you won’t regret it) and as such you can often meet and greet locals there. They are also a popular spot for students as you will often have access to free Wi-Fi.
Public transport in KL is cheap and straight forward. It consists of 3 operators ...
... view of the city's skyline (in particular the KL tower and Petronas twin towers) was just stunning. The view of the skyscrapers in the morning were no less impressive.
I firstly worked my way through Chinatown slowly making my way to the huge 421 metre KL tower which dominated the surrounding green land and skyscrapers. For a good while, unlike with Taipei 101, I could not see either of the twin towers until I was very close ...
... evening. Malacca and Camerons aside, this attracted the inevitable plethora of bitey things. Insect spray is a must. My poor bitten to bits leg from being up at 5am in Pangkor took about a week to get better, but get better it did.
We barely went to two places that seemed to share a common identity but Malaysia is united by the friendliness of its people and a certain nationalism. The flag is everywhere. It gets a bad press for being corrupt ...
... know him a little more than the others) had his phone out after an activity...I made one of my usual sarcastic Cheney style comments which translated to Cheney kids as I know you are not working, put your phone away or I will aim to make this embarrassing for you and this year 12 lad turned to me and with an angelic face said to me "no Miss, i was taking a photo of the completed activity for reference!". Cringe! I felt so bad. The kids are just so good. I am so ...