Feel Like Home Guest House
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... which was made up of rows and rows of trees. It was truly magical and peaceful, we bother enjoyed a chocolate tea that was extremely sweet. We walked a for a while to take us further into the trees.
After that we all got back in the coach and went to a butterfly,strawberry, rose and bee farm. All were enjoyable but we were spoilt with the tea plantation first.
On the way back ...
... for something to eat and alongside watch the World Cup game Germany-Portugal. Thanks to a voucher from our hotel, we went to the Raggea Mansion Rooftop Bar, where we found free food and a public viewing spot - all together with a great view over Kuala Lumpur Skyline.
On the next day, our schedule was packed with sightseeing, shopping and a visit to the hairdresser (after 5 month of traveling through australia with no haircut - we totally needed a new version of ourselves). ...
... the night before, I quickly picked up the water and noodles. It was when I was wandering around in search of any type of sugar, looking through packets of white substances on the shelve only to see tapioca powder and rice flower that it happened. A middle aged Malaysian couple popped around the corner and the woman, immediately jumped in surprise and retreated behind the corner. Her husband looked at me and kind of smiled while picking up the spice that they needed. Honestly I've ...
... I will cry with happiness:):) Here goes nothing:):):):):):)see you soon cold and wet Glasgow:) Ended up chatting away to a lovely couple from Aberdeen 90% of the way home haha. We had such a lovely time and a girl I went to school with was one of the air hostesses so we were well looked after:) I had so many butterflies when we landed and quickly ran through to passport control, grabbed my case and walked with a hug smile on my face to mum and dad who ...
... counter and the passport checks every five metres, so I just ran through the duty-free shop grabbing whatever gift was in my price range without bothering to read the label.
I made it onto the plane with about ten minutes to spare before boarding closed, even with my smudged passport. The passport checker asked for other photo ID with the same name as my passport and my New South Wales driver's licence sufficed. Hooray for NSW Roads & Maritime Services!