Hotel Star Castle
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... who was back home from college for Hari Raya. I feel so blessed to have been able to get to know such an confident and knowledgeable woman.
My last few days were filled with food, laughter, and fun. On Monday I finally got to wear the Baju Kurung (Malay Dress) that I had purchased during a Hari Raya sale at Amcorp Mall. I was a little nervous of the looks that I would probably get for wearing something so uniquely Malay, but with the encouragement of ...
... sense of value. there was also lots of wildlife, including monkeys (stay away if you want to keep your bag tags un-slobbered), pigeons, several roosters (???), and a herd of mid-twenty year old males who never matured past five years old irritating the rest of the animals.
i then ripped my nose piercing out of my face and dropped the stud in dirt, notably DIDN'T cry, then got a very pretty henna tatoo.
i spelled tattoo wrong,
... I went to see the ''kewl'' city of KL.
Walked around through the whole day...walked... because KL is so small, it would be a shame to take a public transport, even tho some of it in here is free.
As for capital city I find it real cute, quiet and polite. There is no aggressiveness, ( at least I experienced none of it just yet...but then again knowing my luck...uhhh)
Sightseeing in KL surely ...
... s first night in Malaysia so we had to take her to try some local food. The night market was full of life…hundreds of tables and chairs stretching into the main road, stalls with fresh meat and seafood ready to be roasted (they had even frogs on sticks), various places offering fruit and juices etc. It was simply a gastronomical paradise. We spent there a while, and when it got late we started heading back because all of us were pretty tired.