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It was our last day in KL and there were still things I wanted to see. Batu Caves was the top of the list so we found our way to the old KL train station. It was gorgeous. The "moorish" architecture made me wonder when and why architecture became so boring (I'm generalizing). A fairly short trip later and we were at the caves. It was a very hot day so we walked slowly, trying to take it all in. We were ...
... those we thought we'd head for the twin towers. Since our brief wander yesterday we have felt think we have missed something because what we have seen isn't any good really, I certainly don't have a good impression of the place from what I saw yesterday. We decided that by heading to the twin towers we would probably stumble across a proper city centre with lots to see and do so we set off. We got a tourist map but I was staying firmly in charge this time, no more ...
... fee of $250,000 before car purchase: the Maserati cost around $2.5m! Whilst driving around Sentosa, Alice received a call from her sister. Their mother is failing rapidly, so we returned to our hotel to pack. They hope to be in Brisbane when we are in a week's time. We had a light satay meal in the street food area adjacent to the hotel. Looking forward to catching up on our return Our love David & ...
After our last buffet style from every continent in the world breakfast in Kuala Lumpur we took a taxi to the airport and got on a short plane ride to Krabi. We were pleased to find initially that it seemed to be a few degrees cooler than where we had just departed from.
Another taxi ride to our hotel and sitting by the pool the temperature seemed to sore closer to the surface of the sun once again. We ...
... bus said we could follow him to a train station. After getting off the bus, we followed the man to the train station. Once we were there, we said goodbye to Toby ( it turns out his name was Toby ) and hopped on the train and went to Pasar Seni. It was a short walk to our hotel and once we were there dad had a rest, and I read my book. When dad finally woke up, we brushed out teeth and hopped into bed. We weren't hungry for dinner so we went to sleep. ...