Figuring out the monorail and subway was a feat in itself, but we made it to the Batu Caves. Before climbing 272 steps to the Hindu Shrine which is within a large limestone cave, you first must pass the guarding Murga statue. We admired the natural beauty and religious practices while also avoiding the cheeky monkeys yet again. Checking off The Central Market, Merdeka Square, I <3 KL sign and KL Tower it was a packed day. We couldn't leave this city without ...
SE Asia 2014!
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Waking up at 4am to catch our flight to Malaysia, we had conflicting emotions. Bali was everything we had hoped for and much more. On the other hand, we were headed off to explore a new country. And better yet, to meet up with Sharon! After a sad farewell to Bedu our travel was uneventful. The plan was to attempt public transportation but we learned that would take twice as long. We grabbed a taxi and met Ranjit who seeing our excitement gave us a tour of the c...