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... allowed that.
Last night I had, what else but chicken curry and my wonderful husband had a Caesar salad with smoked salmon, pretty bad really the Caesar salad that is.
Almost recovered from the flight and we have an early start tomorrow. Up and breakfasted and ready by 8am. Should be easy for us.
Off to Penang, really looking forward to that hope it doesn't disappoint.
... fish and anything else moving. I had hoped to get some 'designer' gear in the market but I think the Thai's or Vietnamese are better fakers as this was cheap Chinese tat. Splashing out for dinner for £5 amongst the real designer stores of the many shopping malls, we saw the Petrona towers light up at night before heading back on the free bus to the hotel. Onwards to Malacca tomorrow for a Dutch ...
... The cleanest place 1-All of Japan of course. 2-Singapore. 3-... The other places are a bit less clean shall we say. Best transportation 1-Tokyo 2-Singapore 3-Bangkok A train line that transports over 4millions of passengers a day is the cherry on top of the cake for a city that has train, metro, buses, ferry and monorail, all perfectly connected. Extra points for comfort since 90% of the people on it are sleeping. Also should mention Shinjunku, just the biggest train station ...
At 07:00 am, I'm heading to KL Airport. The sky is grey and the road is wet. The first rain of my stay came during the night.
The rules in the taxi I took was very strict..... No kisses allowed ;-)
I arrived at the ...
So the word last has been included in a lot of things that I've been doing and saying these past few days... Last goodbyes, the last time I eat certain dishes (well hopefully not, but when I eat them at a restaurant at home they probably won't be as authentic), the last time I visit certain places. It can all be a bit overwhelming, especially when I had to say goodbye to all of the wonderful people that I met at SIS.
The last day of my internship was this ...