When I was looking for things to do while in KL, one of the major attractions that just kept popping up was the Batu Caves. They are a set of five caves located inside of a limestone mountain just a little North of town. One is used as a research area and the others have... Continue Reading →
Traveling with a partner has some great advantages, but fresh conversation isn't necessarily one of them. After three months with only one other person to talk to, we both needed some contact with other people. So, in beginning this journey, we decided it is important to go out of our way to meet people on the road.... Continue Reading →
Kuala Lumpur is home to some excellent modern architecture. The city center houses both the Petronas Twin Towers and the KL Tower. Both invite tourists to the top to get a view of the city that even the birds will envy. Unfortunately, with our time and budget restrictions, we could afford to do either one... Continue Reading →
It has been a while since my last travel blogger update, but honestly, until recently, nothing much has changed. Am I famous yet? No, not really... at all. BUT, I'm getting more views, I'm writing two guest posts for other blogs, and I am in the middle of pitching my first collaboration (fingers crossed)! So,... Continue Reading →
What does one do in Kuala Lumpur? The Internets say "Shop!" And despite I am more of a hiking sort of gal, I have to admit that the shopping here is pretty top notch. So, I figured I'd better do a post on our Kuala Lumpur mall crawl. If you remember, Josh and I recently visited... Continue Reading →
After two weeks in our hotel, we have finally moved on to our house sit in Kuala Lumpur! After such a great sit in Chengdu, I have spent every day working to get us more bookings. So far, I have a good chunk of the year booked up, and more applications still under consideration. As... Continue Reading →
I hadn't planned on making Adventures at KFC one of my regular posts, but each country has at least a few unique items on the menu and that intrigues me.
"Some of these girls are really dressed up. Do you suppose it's a private party?.... There are so many people here. It must be a super popular place... Check out that group of guys over there, they seem really friendly..." And so begins the story of how Josh and I found ourselves in...
The residence of KL are a mixed bag of ethnically different people. There are large populations of people from India, China (mostly Cantonese), and of course the native Malaysians. Even though there are different backgrounds represented, they all share one thing in common: an incredible respect and kindness for others. Not only is it an inspiring setting for world peace, but it is a foodie's dream come true.