Summit Hotel Subang USJ
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Arrived at airport 7.40 am. It's big and not as organised as BJ! Raining hard when we arrived but soon stopped and sun was trying to come out. We can see the Petronas towers and Menara KL Tower too from out hotel room . After catching up with some sleep, we did a bit of exploring. Walked around china town ( even though we've been in china for 10 days!) and finding where the bars and restaurants are. we ended in a completely different district and didn't know how to ...
... Jews, and Muslims alike. It is thought that by cutting or excising part of a females clitoris or in more extreme cases partially sewing the vagina closed. These cuttings and surgeries are very harmful to both the physical and mental health of the women who undergo these ritual circumcisions. Undergoing this process is often thought to make women "cleaner" or to curb their sexual desire. I find i very interesting that ...
... funny and helpful, he had a comedy beard too, which was more like a couple of strands of hair. I just had to right about the last culinary gem I found. Coconut jam toast!! There was nothing else in the airport for brekkie and then I sulked a bit because I was so hungry an thought I would hate it but it was AMAZING!! I order more, the jam was sweet like condensed milk and the butter salty- so delicious! I hope I find this again somewhere! Next stop Borneo- AGGHHHHHH!!!! ...
... diving. We were very happy to celebrate it with a meal at home and a nice evening in the company of each other. We had quite a bit of socialising with the KL guys - went out one day with with Dan, Sandra, Lucy (a girl from Oz who was so jealous of my beauty and my amazing boyfriend that she didn't talk to me much) and a new kid in the company Nick. Highlights included trying stingray in this Chinese dodgy looking restaurant (just after I was ...
... breaking bulk. You could always trust the Colonel Blimps of the British Empire to be sensitive to local indigenous cultures.
I also learned that the world is not Disability Discrimination Act compliant. The four hundred metre walk from Bank Negara railway station to Merdeka Square was an ordeal which will require years of intensive psychotherapy to overcome. Footpaths would be fenced off for no discernible reason. A beautiful, tesselated ...