There are monkeys everywhere you look at Batu caves.
This ticks every box. That's my kind of deity.
Need I say anything about this photo? No.
This is what you think it is. Right in the middle of downtown Kuala Lumpur
I'm huffing [glue] in the rain, just huffing [glue] in the rain, what a glorious feeling...
This is the coolest butterfly I've ever seen. I think it was an Indian Leaf butterfly. The other sides of its wings were a beautiful blue.
Kickapoo joy juice. I got a kick out of it.
Rain, rain, rain.
My frog dish. Tasty, but a pain to eat.
This is the swimming pool at my sister's apartment. The water was nice and cold. So refreshing on a hot KL day.
POUT! Go Greg!
Strange toilet top configuration in Bangsar station, meaning you can't actually use the toilet properly.
The strangest name for a lantern shop.
1 for 2? What that actually means is 3 for the price of 1. Confusing.
Give me some of that sheep placenta.
Below you can see some photos from the 5 star hotel Greg was staying in. He was on a work trip and the hotel was in the middle of strange inner city resort with a water park behind it. Outside the entrance are these sculptures of tigers attacking some deer.
This is what greets you inside. A magical wonderland!
These fish tickled us to death.
We went on a cookery course at LaZat. It was loads of fun. Now I cook sambal all the time.
Meccam that way!
Greg and I hired some dreadful bikes and cycled around Pangkor Island. It's a small island, but it has some really steep hills.
A hornbill enjoys a Nasi Lemak on the back of this abandoned car.
Steep, steep, streep!
The gears on this bike were appalling.
My first live snake in the wild, albeit a tiny one. I'd only ever seen dead snakes before this. We saw a huge roadkill snake on the way to the ferry. It looked like a huge python.
Pippa gets super excited!
Pina Coladas all round.