Sun Inns Lagoon
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... tickets to Melaka for the next day leaving at 11.30 am. Negotiated taxi back to China town that is next to our hotel pretty much and went in a bar wit WIFI to book a hotel in melacca (spelt in all different ways) As it took ages to sort out the bus, we dint get time to go to little India or to Chow Kit market. Big thunderstorm at 4pm and lashing with rain for an hour, but doesn't take long to dry out. Kent has picked ...
Well it's official folks, I've been in KL for one month! My experience so far has had its ups and downs, but I am so thankful for all the kind people that I have met. This past week was pretty chill with most of my work at my internship being centered around Muslim Family Law.
I have quickly found that everyone who works at SIS are like a family. When you walk into the office you can see people sharing pictures from ...
... I would have scoffed ten if I had room in my aching stomach!! After our rest we decided to head to Bukit Bintang which is an area of KL known for it's shopping and food. We somehow managed to get there on the bus but Catherine had fallen and hurt her ankle the day before so the long walk from the bus station to the centre was not fun for her. We pottered around looking at different shops and exploring BB. I love that KL is such a mixture of different ...
... were built in 2000 for Petronus the leading Malaysian Petrol company. Between the towers at the 44 th storey there is a bridge which is as high as the public are allowed. Between the towers at ground level there is a huge shopping Mall. There
seem to be many more of these in South East Asia than in England!
We were then driven back to Port Klang and reached the QM2 at about 1430.
This evening we were joined for dinner by Cath and Collin who live in ...
... conne ted by a spangled web of arterial roads and with plenty of "leapfrog" developments where countryside separates all these new subdivisions. It remjnded me a lot of South East Queensland. Once I finally arrived at KL Sentral I threw my backpack into a locker, and started exploring.
First stop: A commuter train trip to Batu Caves. A massive limestone pinnacle in KL's northern suburbs that is riven with a complex of caverns only discovered in ...