Darby Park Executive Suites Hotel
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... to date now, sitting in the reggae bar and restaurant writing this bit for today as I couldn't handle the silence anymore across the road from the mutes. love china town there is beautiful smells from dawn til dusk family's cooking all sorts, got this drink the other day saying **** it ill try it, it looked like cola until i saw the fish pieces floating around the end, China town is mad, right up my street they sell everything and the food is lethal. dint think ...
... directions a number of times, which included walking through a shopping centre and out the other side, bizarre.
We then stumbled upon the musical fountain and sat and watched it for 10 minutes, amazing; I took a video while Edd and Cip tried to work out where the hotel was with the Sky Bar, their priority was beer.
The music ended and the next ‘show’ was in half an hour, so we made our way to the bar instead of waiting. The boys ...
With work officially at an end, and needing to leave the country for visa purposes, we took our second out of the country trip, this time to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We flew out early one day with a rough idea of what to expect from our southern neighbor, but were mostly filled with excitement to see another country and another culture. Knowing that Kuala Lumpur has a mostly Islamic population as well as strong Indian influences, we were highly excited by ...
... casino are enormous ( No i haven't been in Las Vegas yet), probably because of Chinese new year quite crowded. As i mentioned before not many European tourists so I felt really white and tall there. I wasted RM100 in the casino before we noticed it was already 2 AM and headed back to Bukit Jalil. We had a short break at an Indian restaurant ( Cheese Naan , tastes so good ) before we arrived home slightly after 4 AM, where I first had to pack my bags
... 3 weeks travelling around Malaysia and then on to Thailand.
Shen and our girl head off and Michael and Christina take us and Anna out for dinner.
We first change money, the rate is 2.80 to our $1.
the ringgit never changes much.
I change enough for the hotel bill for the 4 nights and get it out of the way.
We eat at an authentic little Chinese place that they love. We went to go there last trip but they were closed the night we went. We ...