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We schrijven dit stuk vanuit ons appartement in Kuala Lumpur, waar we nu twee dagen zijn.
De reis was lang, maar de jongens hebben zich boven alle verwachtingen heel goed gedragen.
Het was een vlucht van 12 uur, maar met de …
... breakfast - a coffee-flavoured smoothie this time. I considered going to the Genting Highlands today and head off to hopefully catch the 1pm bus for the 1 hour trip. However, the next available bus is at 2pm so I figure i'll save that trip for another time. Instead, I catch the LRT to KLCC intending to do the tour of the Petronas Towers. That plan is foiled as well. Apparently there are only about 960 tickets ...
... was visit the Petronas towers. I don't know why but I really really wanted to go and stand directly indetneath the towers and see them up close. They just always look so surreal in pictures and on the TV. Especially at night when they are illuminated.
The Petronus towers were once the worlds tallest skyscrapers. The 'twin towers', as they are colloquially know in the city, act as the headquarters of the national petroleum company, Petronas.
... photos of the towers - to me they are very beautiful, marvellous specimens of architecture and intriguing, quite unique. If you ever go to KL, I'm sure you'll feel the same.
... br> and just blend it all up! It tasted fine though after a bit of encouragement
We found it quite funny that often in Malaysia they seem to
have a set of stairs leading up to the start of an escalator, we weren’t quite
sure of the theory behind that idea, we came across it in Ipoh and KL
We also found it puzzling how in shopping centres we often
found ourselves with our pram in a queue with many able-bodied (we’re guessing