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It was a good choice to take the bus. It gave me some peace and quite and I felt less scared by the minute. I wanted to get of the bus, however... It started to rain like really hard... Like cats and dogs so I decided to just enjoy the ride, see the things I could see and get of at a stop close to the hotel.
At night I discovered my Mac doesn't work well with login systems... So no pictures for a few days... Maybe in Penang I'll be able to upload ...
... to and to be excited about but I guess it's only natural to be feeling a little sad, post holiday blues. We arrived at the airport and the taxi driver pulled the old trick of not having change, but we where on a tight budget now as we only had a small amount of Rupees left and we needed all we had to pay the airport tax. We where very early with 3 hours to kill before our flight was due to leave so I told the taxi drive I needed the change, he made a story about ...
... the city without hearing a gong singaling the start of an impromptu drangon or lion dance. Hordes of people took to the streets to eat, drink and shop. I have never seen a place so busy in all my life. It became very overwhelming at points. At night the city was alive with fire works and laughter until the wee hours. And then as suddenly as it started the celebrations ended and KL became a sort of ghost town. It was as if everyone but me got a memo saying it was time to ...
... plans however vague they were at that point. I literally didn't know what i want to do after NZ. Still don't have much of a plan, more like rough ideas. I'm going to London in 1.5 weeks which i am really looking forward to, before that plan to get on a recovery crash routine in KL and start planning my career development part of the career break; then going back to Melbourne ...
... and a spot of shopping with liz like a kid in a sweetshop with all the Christmas chocolate, and Emma delighted at finding Robinson's orange. We used the metro to our stop pasi senar and after a very productive day it was time to catch up of some sleep.
16th -17th December 2013
A mission of a walk to KL sentral station walking up a main motorway (they don't cater for pedestrian's) dripping with sweat due to the humidity we get on ...
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