Kuala Lumpur (Malacca for a minute), Malaysia

On the almost 24 hour ride from Krabi Town to Kuala Lumpur, I met Yu - he may come through NY in the early fall and I hope we can meet up =) He is a part of the Rainbow Planet Project - you can see my wonderful drawing for the project on my lap.

I stayed with Andrew and his family in KL. (Remember Andrew from Koh Samui and Koh Phangan in December? If you tell me I can come stay with you, I will make it happen!). We are eatig Indian food here: Banana leaf!

Hipsters in KL ready for MGMT


MGMT is lame live.

But I got some good photos.

We went clubbing

Just a ordinary club toilet! So many pretty things to look at.

Andrew, me, Jeff. This one's for you, Ros!!

These two are hilarious. Another one for you, Ros!

KL was a food experience!! Mostly delicious Indian food, but this is actually Chinese rice and chicken.

Outside one of the many malls.

Petronas Towers. I just love saying that "Petronas..."

At Toyrs R Us, they sell Ferarri baby car seats.


Mel and I having a durian dinner! Yum. I really like durian!

Malacca - Oldest church in Malaysia.

Malacca

Dramatic in Malacca

Malacca

Malacca

Malacca. We went in search of the colorful windows and walls, but this is all we found.

Malacca

Watched a Battle of the bands. Just in case you thought Malaysians couldn't rock, they can.

This guy was the best.

Mangosteen - like a beautiful wooden carving of a fruit.

More Indian! Ps - if you can ever try Masala Tea, do it.

Shashi and I strolled around Little India and got me some bangles and an Indian shirt. So wonderful.



Shashi and I (Andrew's mom)


Mangosteen, what a delciious fruit! Do we have this in NY? I must find it!

Whatever you want....on a stick!

Petronas on the left, KL Tower on the right.


Banana Leaf again!

Batu Caves. A great experience.





I went to Paris....(Genting Highlands)

....and visited all the American staples (Genting Highlands)


Last dinner with the Nettos. Thanks for taking me in, guys!!!

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  1. Dasha we loved having you in our home and you are most welcome again. The photos of Malaysia are beautiful and so are the other countries you visited while in this region...glad you had a lovely time...love you dear.

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