We haven't even explored much of KL. The first day we were here, we pretty much stuck to the pool and the mall - we're on a bit of a mission this week to get some practical, everyday, clothes for all of us.I've gotten jeans, and Molly has new boots and tops. Even tonight after dinner George got two new pairs of pants and three shirts. I don't think it's cool to wear zip-off travel pants in Seoul. Barry may need some more coaxing to shop given it is his least favourite activity.
Today's highlight was learning the traditional Malaysian art of batik painting. There's a shop at the Central Market where they have pre-waxed outlines on cotton and customers can paint their own pictures. Molly posted some photos on her blog. It was a fun art project, and it was nice to get our hands a little dirty. Molly continues to dream of finally getting some art supplies in Korea to have around whenever she feels inspired. I've got to look into art classes when we get there.
We all agree that we aren't in love with the Malaysian food we've had so. It seems to lack the spice and flavour of so many other foods. Oh well, they have a lot of Western foods to keep us happy.