JB Central Hotel
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... of flow in the pre-filter. As the engine was running now I had to make sure all my bits were clear of moving parts, and slowly but surely the water began to flow. What an incredible relief that was. Another lesson - keep calm and carry on!
Following a very rough night at anchorage, we arrived at Pinang at midday, and made our way under the bridge at the south end - a bit scary even though we knew the mast was clear by a wide margin! We planned to anchor between the two bridges, ...
Still February 26th, we arrive in Singapore from Kuala Lumpar a little after 3 pm and are picked up by a friend from Philippines. We had met earlier in Hong Kong, and she offered to let me and Zac live in her flat for the next four days when she'll be away on holiday the very days we’re in town.
So, we are picked up from the bus stop and we arrive at the flat. She gives the tour of the place, which buses to take, where the super market ...
... normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">We prioritised our finances appropriately and decided that the seclusion of the top deck of the boat was more important than food. While we were there, a person working on the ferry came over and asked us where we were from. We have learnt there is no point saying Wigan and so we say near Manchester. When people hear this, if they are male, they launch into what seems to be the international language - football.
... picks us up from our hotel. The ride there is nice, with lots of chatter. It's so weird travelling by one's self; you get to listen to people and it is never boring. :) When we arrive, a bus conductor gets on and sells us the bus tickets-so you pay for the bus after you have taken the it. At this point a few people want to get off. I can see what the hold up is and I understand. We all need to buy our tickets, there is no point getting in a mood about it.
... but after limited sleep for 42 hours, you would feel the same, and in some respects I'm glad I'm not sat next to mother as **** would have really got crazy. Plus someone keeps ******* and due to the fact there is a lack of fattys in the furcinity I'm blaming it on the old Indian bird behind me. Smelly old knacker!!! Oh and the kid is crying again, throw, him out throw him out I hear you say!. To quote Harry and Merv in home alone 1, 2 and more than likely 3 "I'm gonna murder that ...