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.
We enjoyed our first Sichuan hot pot experience last night. I’m so glad we went with someone who knew what they were doing. It would have been a little confusing otherwise.
We’re just a few days away from moving to our next destination which means it’s that time again to tell the stories of Jen’s less-than-totally-epic adventures.
Our adventure with food continues. We love to eat, and there is plenty of food to love here in Yangshuo, China. ♥ Check out our
The sun finally came out and we have been trying to cram in as much fun as possible while we still have it. One of the first things on my to-do list was a bicycle along the portion of the ten mile gallery that we missed during our last excursion. This loop portion splits off at the bridge and follows the river instead of the valley.
Not every adventure can be epic, so here is a montage of some of my less than totally awesome Adventures With Jen.