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It has become a very familiar routine.....packing all of my things, saying our final goodbyes to our friends from ACTE, and driving off to the airport. I was full of mixed emotions during this time, there was no part of me that wanted to leave China. I loved everything about my life for this past week.
Normally, I am very happy while flying, but this flight made me feel very sad. We were flying ...
Having said our farewells to the girls the previous evening as they were up before the crack of dawn to catch their flight back to Bangkok, we got up at a slightly more dignified hour and prepared ourselves for our longest day of travel yet.
We left our hotel on Koh Lanta at 9am in a minivan filled with locals to make the first leg of our journey south; two car ferries and 3 hours of driving later we arrived at Trang bus station just after mid-day. After a quick ...
... just makes us English speaking folk even more lazy in not attempting to use their language.
I don't think I'd come back to Malaysia, I've seen what I've wanted to - beach life, jungle life, city life. It's was good to see once and tick that box. Very impressed with how easy it was to get around, happy with the food...so yeah, an ...
... yesterday about prices being based on laziness/distance was proven true. I didn't realise yesterday that I was paying RM5 for 500ml of water from the food stalls near the K1 Grandstand as I was buying it with other things. Talk about price gouging. Despite being more expensive than everywhere else they still sold out of water by around 3pm. By this time the security seemed to have packed up for the day so people were bringing in a lot of outside food. Not that the bag inspection ...
... in 1907 but was officially opened by the Sultan of Selangor two years later. It is the oldest mosque in town. Another interesting fact is that it was built on the first Malay Burial Ground in Kuala Lumpur. The architecture of the mosque is a combination of Moorish, Islam and Mughal.
From the Merdeka Square we walked back to our hotel. It was around 17.30 and since it was raining we decided to have a rest. At about 21.00 all of us were already starving so it was ...
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