StarPoints Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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... hanging off his arm, both dressed in designer shiz looking 'stylish’ and I found it funny that I felt more out of place there than I had ever felt in the jungle!
I quickly realised I wouldn’t be finding a cheap ****** phone in a place like this and headed out on the main streets which were much better for me! The streets are a funny old place, absolutely hectic and full of many locals and tourists alike – the roads ...
... The receptionist guy was heaps nice and the rooms had western toilet, hot water and a TV...for $50 I took it and after wandering around Chinatown for a whole getting lunch I visited the post office. I had a bunch of post cards to send home and also a kilo or two of gifts I wanted home. I also sent home the East Coast Australia Lonely Planet. Later that evening I called Pieta and watched Karate Kid (2011) before drifting off to sleep. My last night in ...
... but they did give a display of them flying
I found the feeding station for rainbow lorikeets, and as usual there was a booming trade to feed them, of course the birds loved it, lapping up this nectar drink, the kids were amazed by it, I found one that had burrowed under the boards and he/she was defending it from all comers, so I guess it was nesting there
I found some cranes preening themselves, I sat down, kept still and they got used to me and then ...
... to KL central station. And we took the train / metro to the caves. The caves where amazing!! And there were the cutest little monkeys there! Also they had big temples with indian gods and goddesses. There Was a enormous staircase with 216 treds! Then we went to times square. We went to the food court and had our supper there. Later mommy and me went ...
... a shame they did not pay due course for the big cats. The Lion hides in the shade looking miserable, the Tigers have had their spirit destroyed, they are no longer wild animals.
Elsewhere there is a place called Tiger World and in much the same way you can pay someone for sex, you can pay to play with full-size adult Tiger. A big cat who has probably been doped up on enough drugs to bankrupt a small pharmacy.
I have cringed when I have heard fellow Westerners talking ...
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