StarPoints Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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... my mouth repeatedly, it was on to KL.
The journey to the international terminal at Auckland was okay but the queue to check in? Nightmareishly slow. Every person on the check in desk was a trainee, and they apparently hadn't assigned anyone a seat, so could not process or print boarding passes. It was a strangely nonsensical process, including:
... although Sophie wouldnt have liked the squeeky floor boards and we took about a million photos. Next stop was The Raffles Hotel Long bar where we overdosed on Peanuts, tried to take arty photos and ordered some Singapore Slings. Rania and Kez made a great choice of cocktail and we all had a good load of laughs while troughing peanuts. On the way home we would have loved Little India but had to settle for some Sweetcorn from McDonalds instead. A great last night with our pals and ...
... by the Petronas Towers.
After a quick (and very cheap) lunch, we then headed off to our first game.
The school we played was in the town of Kuala Selangor, some 65km out of the city centre. While the trip was a bit longer than expected in the first place, this was made a little worse as the bus driver wasn't entirely sure where the school was and we drove past it. We were eventually rescued by one of ...
Apparently Belawan, Indonesia proved to be an unpopular stop on earlier cruises, so our agenda diverted us to Port Klang, Malaysia instead. This favourable change enabled us to visit Kuala Lumpur as it is only a 90 minute drive from Port Klang. With our friends Russell and Ricky we were met at the port by a driver guide that the four of us had hired via WiFi when in Singapore. He spoke very good ...
... 4 is considered bad luck in China. After Cheong Fatt Tze died the house was left to rot and became a mass communal village for many of the poverty stricken locals. This is when you can really appreciate why it is so famous; the house was entirely ruined but thanks to many charitable projects it was restored to its former glory. The before and after photos really show you what a job they had on their hands. Georgetown isn't the easiest place to explore on ...
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