The Malaysia Hotel
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... a few bits but wasn't too keen.
After we were taken to a near by jetty and given life jackets to put on. We climbed aboard the motorboat and was speedily took along the river. The driver stopped and we were all amazed to see fireflies lighting up the surrounding bushes. It was incredible to see, we watched for around 20 mins before being brought back and the tour guide brought us back to the hostel.
... Besuch wert.
Am nächsten Tag ging es dann mit der Fähre in Richtung Langkawi...
our reason to travel to Malaysia was the cold weather in South-Australia and an invitation to a traditional malay wedding in Penang.
After 8 hours of flighing with Air Asia (no service of free food and drinks), we arrived in Kuala Lumpur totally exhausted. All we wanted was to get to our hotel as fast as possible. There was only one ...
... thunderstorm before heading out for our last Malaysian dinner. Then roti for breakfast :)
Kota Bharu photos: https://www.flickr.com/gp/76649204@N02/ 3pe917/
Island homestay and Kuala Kangsar photos: https://www.flickr.com/gp/76649204@N02/ 6f37rm/
Kuala Lumpur photos:https://www.flickr.com/gp/766492 04@N02/1K8237
... stay and go the next evening. After spending most of the day hungover in bed we eventually made it to the towers for sunset, the boys went up to the top but me a Anna decided against it and just took photos from the bottom. We left the next morning for Melaka, just south. It's Anna's birthday on the 13th so we'll stay here a couple of days and then travel south to Singapore ...
... police officers are tolerant and empathetic enough to understand that the conditions we had to endure were enough to make a grown man curse. But as much as I love Malaysia, I doubt I could live there. The disorganisation and lack of punctuality would drive me around the bend within a fortnight. My previous employer has a large branch office in KL and there was once an informal discussion about whether I would be willing to relocate. If the same offer were made to ...