Our guest house took us through the little India district - where all of the streets had really awesome tile work, really cool (plus it helped distract from the smell, their sewer system isn't that great).
Here is Xavier in front of the St. Francis Xavier church, his namesake I think after the Catholic tradition.
We passed a beautiful temple in China Town.
This place was cool - it had some rebellious/creative art shop inside, and the giant mural was awesome.
This was a beautiful bird we heard singing while walking through town.
Here's a photo of our dinner we had in China Town - rice balls, seasoned eggs (they were really tasty, soaked in some herbs like star anise and who knows what else), herbal drinks, and some wonton soup (not pictured). It was really good.
Here's the doorway to where we stayed. I'd never been to a guest house before, it was really neat. Basically, it's like staying in a friend's house - with lots of extra bathrooms. The owner was French with a Malaysian wife, and their kids were the cutest! Michael played some hide and seek or something with their son and he had the cutest giggle.
Here's the common area of the house, they had rooms on the right side, a bookshelf with all different languages of books, a fish tank, and a lovely area to relax. The kitchen was communal, you could buy drinks from the fridge and breakfast of toast and jam was included with the bill. The beds were heavenly, like a giant foam mattress, and the rooms had a kind of Japanese quality to them as the beds were on a raised portion of the floor. Overall I really loved this place and I wish we could have stayed longer. This quiet place was a really neat break from the craziness of KL and the upcoming major city of Singapore. After a great night and a breakfast of toast with peanut butter and bananas (also a first sight for our French friends), we were off to the bus station and bound for Singapore.