|Hotel = Playground|
The best scenario for Roo is when I leave her to the care of friends, where she gets to be with kids her age, and spoiled silly by wonderfully warm company.
(3) Kedai Makanan Yut Kee (35 Jalan Dang Wangi). We frequented this place for breakfast when we were residing in KL, and regularly brought visiting friends here to try some local fare. There's a constant stream of people waiting for a tiny bit of space to indulge in nostalgic food, and the ones on the take-away section haul up on sweet-smelling roast pork with apple sauce. This place is crazy packed for brunch/lunch, so take-away is a generally good idea. If you'd like to sit down with relatively little wait, go very early, or come by after the lunch crowd has left.
|Only managed to get a shot of the side window of Yut Kee -- the waiting area was just insane!|
We're keeping connections with friends alive, despite busy schedules. It's exhausting, but definitely worthwhile. I only wish we had more time to linger. There's a lot of happy memories in the corners of KL, so it just feels like there's never enough time to visit everything and meet everyone.
Happy but worn out, it doesn't take much to nudge the kids into bed after a full day of activity. Their endurance is steadily increasing -- and curiosities, growing. I'd like to think I'm priming my little ones for more adventure.