Vistana Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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... our guide for the day took us into the section of the market where we would learn about Balinese produce and purchase our cooking ingredients. After this we believed we were heading to our destination to begin our course, however we went on a slight (and rather strange) detour. Our next stop was actually to a Balinese primary school. Hmm?? We were shown around the school with all of the children carrying on with their school day. There were other groups also going around ...
... the details, only that this was the dessert recommended. As we placed our order, one Durian cheesecake to share, the waitress looked at us somewhat surprised and asked us if we were sure that's what we meant. We reassured her that it was and a short time later the cheesecake emerged. The chocolate base was harmless enough, but lets just say the cheesecake topping was a very acquired taste! After a few mouthfuls each, Ronan decided Durian fruit was not for him, whilst I remained ...
... dodgy plate of goo I had in the Perhentians, with big sloppy brown noodles and a sauce which tasted like gravy, Esther had a veggie version which wasn't very appetising either. We also ate something called fried goose, which wasn't actually goose at all, it was tofu, the Chinese veggies just like to pretend they're eating meat by naming food after animals apparently. This was a strange type of tofu, made of lots of thin sheets stick on top ...
... feedback which I had requested, but during the lesson was sitting up the back with streams of other students coming in from other classes giving their work back to them and correcting work. She is a woman of few words and never really talks to me or communicates at all about advice or expectations unless i go and interrupt her from doing something else, and she usually just says "ok, or "whatever you want". It makes me feel like a nuisance. I don't know, ...
... king room with a window bath that looks out onto the room and you can watch tv from in there! We have a lot of bench space, a little bar fridge, and tea set. We were exhausted from our 24 hours plus without sleep, so first thing we did, after gratefully being able to check in well before actual check in time, was have a shower and take a nap. I couldn’t sleep long though as I was excited to get out and explore! We walked to the towers, through the KLCC park and tried ...
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