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Arriving back in Kuala Lumpur marked two milestones on our trip, it was the half way point of our journey but also where we would be going to watch the Malaysian Grand Prix. Having pre-booked grandstand seats for both qualifying and the race days, we rocked into KL knowing that we just needed to find a way to get to the circuit, about an hours …
... getting those little tasks done I went back to the National Mosque and Islamic art Museum, which I first saw on the hop-on hop-off tour. I spent hours just wander around the Islamic Art museum and basically fan-girling over all of the beautiful miniature paintings, tapestry, replicas of Islamic architecture, jewelry from various parts of the Islamic world, textiles, and of course the beautifully decorated Qur'ans. So Amazing! And probably the coolest place that ...
... that our crew are polite, considerate travellers most of the time.
We have traversed the east coast of Australia spending 35 consecutive nights under canvas and going as far north as Cape Tribulation. We have explored the Eyre Peninsula, driven across the Nullarbor and come back across the Great Central Rd ending up at Uluru. It's been fun, it's been crazy, it's been hard but mostly it's been memorable. It's been adventurous- we ...
... the petronas towers together, before heading upstairs and collapsing in bed. No not all of us just Ollie and I. The petronas towers are formerly the world's tallest skyscrappers (until Taipei 101 took the title in 2004) and serve as the headquarters for the national petroleum company Petronas.It is possible to walk across the sky bridge on the 41st floor some 170m above ground. Or one could go to the 88th floor observation deck in tower 2. Well one can, if one can get a blinking ...
Our one expensive night in MBS, just to swim in the pool, is over.
I get up ridiculously early at dawn and go up to the Club Lounge for some 'fresh air'. As I take a seat I'm harrassed by the staff,
"Excuse me Sir, this is reserved for Club Lounge members",
"Well that's me."
"Your room number sir?"
"Ooooh, good Mooorning Mr Dea !. Is there anything else you need?"
"Yeh, I want to know how you remember my name ...