He tried talking to my Galaxy Tab while I was taking a picture of him.
My new best buddy! (see video below)
This is a Royal Pigeon.
The metallic sheen on this birds feathers was amazing
And of course, what park wouldn’t be complete without a local rodent.
The video is still uploading as of this time of writing. Give it a few more minutes to process :)
This is a video of my new KL buddy:
And here we have a local disturbance in progress.
Oh, don’t mind these. Just a couple of peacocks passing by.
(link coming soon)
I’ll have to do a separate post for each of the bigger sites we hit because the mobile app only lets me upload one pic at a time and I can’t do pic albums. So, for now, you’ll get teaser pics till I am near a PC. Might not be till I get back though ;)
This is the King’s palace museum. The King is really just a diplomat here. No real power at all. He greets heads of states and such but the Prime Minister runs the show in this country. The king used to live here but they built a new place for this position, which changes Kings every 5 years. We weren’t allowed to take any pics inside (kinda goofy not to allow it really…) So this its all you get.
Here we have a traditional village house that you might find a couple of hundred kilometers outside of the main cities.
I can’t really resist animals. Especially when they smile with me.
I have a strong fascination with medieval weapons. This Dragon Canon from the national museum looked pretty awesome.
I was glad we got to see the national Islamic museum. I am just floored by the artwork in these old Quoran books.
Me and this guy became great friends! And I have the video to prove it! You’ll have to wait for it :) The KL Bird Park is quite large!
This is one big statute at the Batu caves. See this steps behind the statue….keep reading the blog and you’ll see the entertainment on the way up those 272 steps and what’s at the top.
And of course, more butter chicken from a different Indian restaurant for supper! Mango Lassie included ;)