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... England, where we will stay a couple of nights in Sussex with great friends Malcolm and Maggie, who have also bravely volunteered to pick us up from Heathrow in rush hour!
Then off "home" to Spain where we will be based for four weeks, including a two week home exchange to La Rochelle in France in the middle of that period.
More from us then.
Bye for now,
Richard and Christine
... mate. Even mum admitted within the first few minutes her back was sore from the uncomfortable seats. None of us slept but somehow the flight went fairly fast! Thankfully we can declare that the flight was the worst part of the holiday - as it should be.
P.S. Does anyone want any durian smelling candles?! 34RM at the airport!
... last night was go to a Buddhist Chinese temple to see the preparations for Chinese New Year. There is this lovely big temple hidden away not far from my flat so a group of 12 of us decided to go to see it with all the red lanterns out. Next week (thurs and fri) is Chinese new year so preparation are in full flow. It was really pretty to see and a really tranquil place. I plan to go back next week to see it all lit up at night. After an explore of the temple we went to a local ...
... bird park, which again would have been interesting to go to if I'd had more time. Instead I continued on towards the National Mosque of Malaysia. I really wanted to go inside but once again I arrived during the call to prayer and non-Muslims were not allowed to enter, so I admired it from the outside. I started walking back in the direction of the hostel and little India and stopped at a local cafe to eat. It was an Indian place and I didn't have a clue what I ordered but ended up ...
... are leaving home, a third are going home, and another third are just passing through on their way to somewhere else. Some can’t wait to get to who or whatever is waiting for them, and some are dreading it. Some don’t know.
We get drawn in by the energy of it at airport departures and arrivals areas. We can relate to the hugs and tears and heartaches and "text me as soon as you land" moments as much as we can relate to the hugs and ...