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... party hostel called Reggae Mansion. She invited us to come join her for the party tonight which we were all very up for. Next to the towers is a great park. It is definitely the best place to see them for some great photo spots. After fully taking in the towers we walked to the Sky Tower. This is an old tower in KL but isn't that impressive. It's only function now is to see the Petronous Towers from it. When we arrived after ...
... the temperature though.
That evening we shared the wine that Kirsty had brought back from New Zealand with an enormous amount of walnuts (apparently they grow them in NZ) and a bit of chocolate. Delicious! I miss wine, so much larger over here and it just isn't the same.We went out for dinner and then some drinks. Cracking night.
The day after we went to do some shopping. K.L. has lots of shops and several shopping centres all ...
... I really loved the kids and the school and I wasn't ready to give it all up.
A couple more unhappy weeks went by as the owner tried her best to pretend we didn't exist and the founder tried his best to ignore the situation altogether. By this stage, Fraser had agreed to visit a different project on the Perhentian Islands for two weeks which he will tell you about very shortly! While he was away, I continued the fight - again, god knows why! - to find a place ...
... to remain cool while at the same time walking as directed by Dave in order to provide him with an 'event' for his photographs. We quite like the results. Not quite content with the idea of heading back to our soulless hotel, we made our way through KL to the Petronas Towers in the hope of finding something decent at the cinema. Unfortunately we were out of luck on that front and ended up failing to console ourselves with a meal at the food court. ...
... we couldn't miss that! But we were afraid that Nicolás might be scared and thus we decided to let him stay at home. Once agian we took turns. Gaby went first in the evening for a few hours, I went the next morning.
In both cases, when we arrived at the Caves, it was full packed with people, loud Indian music was played with metallic sound from the loudspeakers and we had to squeeze ourselves through the crowd. At the foot of the stairs to the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility