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... admire them on the cheap from the park below. After realising there was more to KL than we originally thought we booked another 2 nights in the hotel that we affectionately now called 'the hole'. We also went to Central market which is a big craft market and food court then onto square which a had some older traditional buildings, a good view of the modern city skyline and the 'I love KL' sign which we'd seen on many a postcard. In the afternoon we ...
... Tilly in Malaysia. We had a bit of trouble finding the office but it was fairly straight forward to get it. We got a taxi from the train station at a fixed price and the driver didn't know where the address was but kept driving round and asking people until we found it. All for $10 Malaysian or about $3.50 Aus. We are booked in where we are staying until Thursday but need to find something after ...
... with me, so after one piece I offered up the other two to the family beside us and they happily accepted.
After the Duran adventure, we walked down Jalan Alor and as suggested by bloggers, we looked for the busiest place, which turned out to be a place called Wan Ah Wah. I remembered reading about it on trip advisor as a place people liked, so we sat down for a few dishes, including their famous chicken wings and giant, cold Asahi beers to help cool ...
... to 'forget' the incident. After searching online it appears that it is a crime for non-married persons to kiss or hug in public or even hold hands if they are Muslim. If they are not, then they could be charged if they were 'kissing' passionately. Fascinating stuff.
Also saw the Petronas Towers. Meh. They're big buildings. I didn't go up to the skybridge though - it's ridiculously expensive and the views aren't supposed to be that great.
... bloody clue. They've got a pet cat here called Mr Jinga who sits in the strangest position ever. After a catch up on sleep, me and Grace decided to go out after a recommendation of where to go for clubs from another traveller. Turns out everywhere in Malaysia is free for women to drink!! Winner!!! So me and Grace got slightly (ahem) intoxicated for free! We met some guys from Sudan at the start of the night who were in Malaysia for ...