An all day monsoon like rain in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia did not dampen spirits or temper hungers in the Chinatown area near Bukit Bintang. People still have to eat despite the driving rain the food hawkers and restaurants were open under tarps and tents along Jalan Pudu. I eventually settled on and amazing fried calamari with friend rice and Carlsberg beer. I had hoped to explore the city a little more, but the weather had other plans.
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The squid and beer sounds good..enjoy!
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