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... the weirdos?! My hostel in KL was fine for it's purpose, a bed and showers, but had nothing going for it apart from that. There were three girls in a 4 bed dorm and the first question put to me by one of them was, Do you speak Indonesian... Why yes, yes I do, and as a matter of fact I'm also fluent in Mongolic... Needless to say I didn't think the sarcasm would be appreciated or In fact understood and so my 'no I don't' was the end of any conversation we were to have. The other girl ...
... architecture gallery, with scaled models of about a dozen mosques from around the world and a lot of really interesting information about mosque design and function in different regions of the Islamic world. There were so many great galleries, though, and the museum was very informative and well laid-out. We learned a lot and admired a lot. All of the Ottoman art, in particular, was magnificent. It made me even more excited to visit Turkey in a couple ...
... weekends in the park system back in Manitoba.
We headed back to the city and to the Petronas tower park behind the tower buildings for a bit of a rest and ice coffee before calling it a day.
We started heading south from KL the next day and finally made it to a BEACH. Port Dixon is 1 hour south of KL and a favourite of the locals for their weekend getaways. It is 18 Km's of beaches, hotels restaurants and souvenir shops. Crowded on weekends ...
... have binocluar view things scattered around the deck that are very powerful. We found where we were staying and could see into the winow of our apartment. Being totally stuffed we opted for a taxi ride home and dinner at the flora resturant two minutes walk from the unit. The resturant was decorated in quiet a romantIc style. There are chandliers and large silver balls hanging from the ceiling. Tables for two that had been reserved where sprinkled with rose ...
... Little India were there was meant to be a night food market as it was the weekend. We did have some tasty food, but weren't 100% sure we found the market the guidebook spoke of as there was lots of other things going on as well and we don't see as much food as we expected. On the way back we found an Indian restaurant where we decided to have dinner. After more wandering the streets exploring we headed back for the guesthouse and turned in for the ...
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