Casavilla Travellers Lodge
Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur
... to their tight fitting striped pink polo's I'd pegged as a gay couple, who are standing just in front of me in the line. Jerk 1 looks at me and starts leering in my general direction. I think he's being weird and try not to make eye contact, I'm wearing jeans and a loose fitted shirt, so I'm not indecent at all. Then he starts talking to his friend/lover, I don't know what language they're speaking but it ...
... br> old railway building which looks like a mosque and almost made it to the bird
park but it was getting too imminent for Indi’s nap so we didn’t quite make it
there, maybe next time, if we come back. We went to the Central Market which is
a very old building, been around since 1888 and inside there were lots and lots
of little stalls. We bought some bubble tea (our weakness) but were a little
surprised to see them put a tea bag into the blender with the ...
Arrived in Kuala Lumpur and went straight to macdonalds!! It's so cheap here, no veggie burgers though unfortunately! But that afternoon we spent mostly in a bar escaping the rain and drinking beer. The next day Anna went to have another tattoo added to her arm so me and the boys wandered around following a 'heritage trail', looking around a free museum, taking a tram around ...
Time for an update. The last time I posted, I was staying at the Perhentian island. When I got there, it was pretty much at the beginning of the season. After a period of monsoon, bars and hostels were slowly building up, and tourists were dripping in, but still quiet. Nice thing about the island is that there is no electricity (and thus wifi) during the day hours. Which basically means that we have to interact with colleague travelers. My intention was to do some diving as ...
... were waiting for at least 15 minutes while the staff was chatting away and doing nothing, they were probably all having a bloody break at 10 in the evening or something but they in fact did not do anything at all.
we got our passports stamped finally and were eagerly awaiting what will happen next but nothing major happened except of nearly taking somebody else's bag as for the first time ever somebody had the same back pack as us. the taxi took us ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasavilla Travellers Lodge Kuala Lumpur
Good hotel, good location. Easy walking distance from bus and train station. Short walk to shops and restaurants. Room adequate for price, clean and comfortable. Staff very friendly and helpful. We spent five days here, with no complaints.
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