Looking Down on Consumerism

Wow, that’s a lot of floors…

… I think I’m suffering from acrophobia up here! Or is it hypselotimophobia?

5 responses to “Looking Down on Consumerism”

  1. avatar Dad says:

    You’ve always been hypselotimophobic. Except, of course, when it comes to finding out what is on the other side of the mountain! Then price is no object…..

    • avatar Tony says:

      No, prices still count even for mountains. In fact at this very moment we are try to check out the other side of the mountain and it is turning out to be a little too pricey for us 🙁

  2. avatar Freda says:

    Prices really do matter for anything Tony and Thomas do.
    When you live on the road, like they do, there is no choice.
    I have traveled with them many times and you would be amazed how carefully everything is bargained before purchased. As an observer of these negotiations, it is fascinating to watch.
    Just ask anyone who has traveled with them.

  3. avatar Tyson says:

    Wow! Where is this? Being from little old New Zealand the idea of the mall is just ludacris!
    I’m heading over to KL in about six weeks time. I’ve been following your blog for some time now and I’ve been very excited about reading the next entries from KL as they come out. Your blog is one of my favourites!

  4. avatar Thomas says:

    Hi Tyson,

    Thanks for the compliments. 🙂

    The Berjaya Times Square Mall is in the Golden Triangle area of KL. But this mall is just one of many, many, many malls.

    KL is great, I’m sure you’ll love it!

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