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... The square itself is impressive, a central green cricket pitch installed by the Brits back in the 1800's surrounded by impressive colonial style building and what looks like a big cricket pavilion. You can easily imagine the British governor holding court. The Chinese quarter was a disspointment, you can hardly see the buildings and to me it was just one big street market which is ok if you want a fake Rolex ( the guy on the stall where I accidentally looked for 1 second ...
... There were lot's of stops so we started looking at the signs on the wall. There was a no smoking sign and a sign that had a picture of a hand putting chewing gum under a seat. Dad however, thought the picture was of a finger touching a ghost so he said to me " no touching ghosts!" I didn't tell him that it was meant to be chewing gum. We were at the Batu Caves about half an hour later, once we got there it was hot and sticky, much unlike the air conditioned train. We walked ...
... Imigresen', we set up camp in a lounge - some deal that John had cooked up. It was called the Plaza Premium Lounge, and it was very nice. It had a good view of the planes, too !
KLIA PLAZA PREMIUM LOUNGE
... skills, as well as skills communicating in Spanish, French, and Creole.
A stated goal is for the Haitian children to learn to use the computers to design quilts that can be produced by the villagers in the self-sustaining sign cooperative.
Today I saw Kevin’s photos from Malaysia and I thought, this is perfect. The pictures of what the SEMOA kids are doing with Turtle Art, make it easy to visualize the ...
... from further up in the forest jungle, so I wasn't able to see them.
David, Hayden, June and I went up the mountain in the skyway cable car again - we enjoyed it that much - so David and Hayden could experience the skydive wind tube with 90 klms an hour - 50 ringgits per person. ...