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... for free. It was packed we stood for first 15 minutes then got to the terminal and everyone got off, we did, then got straight back on to continue our round trip with a seat. The bus then filled with school children finishing for the morning,packed like sardines again I said we will never get off if they don't get off before we do, had visions of riding round on this pink ...
... in Malaysia, even though this meant we lost our already purchased exit flight from Bali. A few different reasons for that decision: money, complexity, volcano risks, and if we’re being very honest we were simply ready to move on. We know that Indonesia is a beautiful country that is extremely diverse and we’re missing out on some amazing wildlife, nature and world class diving to only name a few highlights…however it also ...
... stress-free day really. Our neighbor Kathleen took a bullet for the team and agreed to look after all the kids (3 of her own as well as our 2 and others). After the rollercoaster morning, I went to get my haircut and breath and sinead got her nails done – absolute pre-travel essentials! The kids cried as we said goodbye to our lovely house and their JSK friends. The ever reliable Pop drove us to the airport and ...
... and noticed a thunder cloud closing in. We had to go inside until it passed because we were higher than the cloud so we would have been struck first if there was fork lightning in it! Thankfully it didn't last long so we could go back out and watch it pass, it went straight over the Petronas Towers, it's cool to be above a cloud and see the difference from below it and above. When you look up at it from the ground they all just look like one big cloud covering the sky. ...
Thursday afternoon saw us heading to the airport to catch the Air Asia A330 direct to KL. A packed flight and the budget airline sure has found ways to cram bodies into a jet. The seats are very narrow so there is little elbow room for us. But of course you get what you pay for! As long as we arrive safely and there are no depressed pilots or Russian missiles nearby then we will be fine! Perth is the worlds most isolated city but 5 and a half ...
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- The cheapest place in KL!
- Clean and comfortable
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- Clean and good price
No 10 Jalan Rembia, Kuala Lumpur | Hostelfrom $13
118 Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur | Hostelfrom $21
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