|Chesley family reunited at Kuala Lumpur International Airport!|
Despite their jet lag, we explored Petaling Jaya and Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur on our first day together. As we navigated through the congested, narrow streets, the vendors shouted, “Nice watch for the man? I give you good price!” During that first day, Hannah even bought an ukulele!
The next morning, Zaam, our tour guide and driver, came to pick us up. His big white van looked a bit sketchy, but Zaam wore what appeared to be a legit company polo, so we piled into the vehicle. Zaam sure was a hoot of a tour guide. During our ride towards Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary, we were never short of American music, funny conversations and endless laughs. He even was kind enough to swerve to the side of the road and reverse the van, when he saw a dead cow on the side of the road. “And this… this is a dead cow,” he exclaimed. My family and I looked at one another in shock that soon became endless giggles.
|Zaam, our driver, posed for a photo with us as well!|
|Hannah and dad rode the elephant!|
|While riding in the van, my family was amazed by what people carried on their motorbikes.|
Here, two young boys are transporting a wheelbarrow.
|Chinese architecture of China Town, Kuala Lumpur.|