Sunday was one of the clearest days I’ve ever experienced in Kuala Lumpur. The combination of rain the day before, and a reduced-car weekend morning made for perfect viewing conditions all the way from the city centre to Genting Highlands. So I snapped a pic for posterity. (Tap for a larger view). Interesting note: In the picture above, The National Theatre is completely obscured by two in-construction towers (covered in green). We used to be able to see it, as evidenced in this video shot when we first moved to KL.
Going to Singapore for a week starting Monday. Shit looks promising… :(
One of the things I’ll miss the most when I return to Oz will be the storms. I know, I know, I still have at least another 12 months in KL. As far as storms are concerned, I’ve only 12 months left. The storms here are legendary, if not for their full-on-ness™, for their frequency (more or less every day), and regularity (between 2–6pm most days). Like clockwork. Some samples: It’s getting towards the end of the rainy season, but locals tell us the weather’s been a bit off the usual wet and dry season the last couple of years.