Sun Inns Lagoon
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I suddenly just realized that I have never kept a home address for more than 3 months since 2013. Singapore - since oct 2013 Nueva Ecija, Philippines - since mid of january 2014 (on/off as some days staying in a hostel in fort bonifacio) Singapore - since march 2014 (1 month stay with friends - then moved to 1 month accomodation - on/off hostel) Makati Philippines - ...
Probably the most recognisable landmark in Kuala Lumpur is the Petronas Towers. These are the highest twin towers in the world and promise spectacular views across the city. Unfortunately, due to being on a budget, I can't confirm this. We decided against the £16 tickets to access the observation deck so we had to appreciate the imposing structure from the ground. Becoming even more stunning when lit up against the backdrop of the ...
... open, I had been carrying her for far too long and could feel my own knees getting weak. Then "Boss" (the name his staff affectionately called him) came over to talk to us about our seats. He was an overweight Malaysian man wearing a suit, in his late 40's, with a lazy eye...he was flustered and clearly annoyed that his passengers weren't happy. He was now running the show and was definitely the head honcho on the plane. He took our boarding passes and headed to the ...
... freestyle dancing, which he would bust out at any occasion on request. I gotta say it was pretty damn good and interesting, I have no idea how he lost the competition he came to compete in.
The next 2 days were spent drinking, eating and having a good time with all the crew of the hostel and the group of friends we had going. Overall it was one of my most memorable hostel experiences. I was sad to go, but the heat was oppresive in KL and Cameron highlands were calling!
... enjoyable experience. The bartering at the markets, the traditional food and the sights are things that will stay with me forever. Excited to see the rest of Malaysia.
It was fun playing games in KL because their teams are very hard which Is good for our hockey. I did really like Chinatown because I could see Jackson work his magic on the people selling us the clothes, he was the pro of this in Chinatown.