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At the end of the week we returned to KL late, tired, but with heads full of excellent memories. We unpacked, re-packed and prepared to go our separate ways - Tchi and Ben back to Singapore and then home to Manchester, and Dan and I onwards with our adventure to Perhentian and Redang Islands... And that is a story for my next ...
The last two days have blurred into one, we left Amsterdam at lunch time had a 12 hour flight and arrived in KL about 7am. Didn't really get any sleep on the plane so had a siesta this afternoon to coincide with the traditional afternoon downpour!
Today was the first real occasion using our backpacks, actually on our backs. I think that and the heat compounded the tiredness, but we reached the guesthouse too early to check in, ...
... be a struggle. This was an eye-opener for future bus journeys - be prepared, or prepare to have an empty stomach and hope you have strong pelvic muscles.
Golden rule of bus journeys: pick your partner wisely. Do your best to sit next to someone slim who respects personal space and understands stranger boundaries. If your bus buddy looks like he/she will make the journey uncomfortable don't sleep. Don't let slumber take over, you might wake up ...
... one by one into the machine. We journey around the car park until we come to his van and I move the children's shoes from my seat, So not a taxi. We start off and I ask him how long? He tells me ten minutes. At this point we've just exited the car park and I turn to him 'Subang airport ' 'airport?' 'Subang airport' '0h that one hour that 140 ringgit'. I gather my bag, push back my sweaty hair that's sticking across my eyes and shout while releasing myself from his dodgy van, 'I ...