Kuala Lumpur 2012

Written by Michael Zangerle on . Posted in Malaysia

After the longest non-stop flight we've ever had, 12 hours and 40 minutes, we were totally exhausted when we arrived in Kuala Lumpur. Here we were with the beautiful sultry air of Malaysia welcomed the morning at 6 clock. Starting at KL Sentral, breakfast at McDonalds and at 8 clock in our hotel, the Classic Inn.

This feels like one is always a bit of home. It is simply beautiful and the people still know one. So we strolled into the familiar streets and durchstoeberten as always, the Low Yat - Malaysia's Largest Electronics temple on 8 floors.

And as always we were looking for, because we had already created a small list. Nadine's expected macro lens was much cheaper than expected. Yeah, we know what you're thinking - is just fake. No, is not. Are you registered with Nikon and 2-year warranty.

The first night we met up with Julian, Manager Reef Check Malaysia, the Irish Pub. We had St. Patrick's Day we did, but the Malaysians celebrate this so thoroughly, we would have not suspected. Even Julien, who has lived 17 years in KL, was puzzled. And so the Malays had simply blocked a complete street, a Stage erected, constructed a comedy tent (which ran every hour performance) and erected on the streets of cocktail tables. Hundreds of people walked around with Guinness hats, and also because Micah wanted, he also got the same one: O)

We are not eliminated by Anke and Pete to Perth, we have indulged ourselves like a massage. Nadine was very nice to fight with the jet lag.


Accommodation: Classic Inn
Price: US$ 25
Comment: small double room with bathroom. Breakfast included.