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5.45am the alarm goes off, time for us to catch our train to Kuala Lumpur. It didn't really go to plan :-/ We needed to be at Woodlands Train Station (Singapore) at 8am, half an hour before departure in order to go through immigration. With not enough time to catch the bus we had to opt for a taxi (costing us more than we would have liked), arriving at Woodlands at 8.10am (only 20mins till depature). We then realised ...
... knowing that technically the place is only 10 minutes away but i tripled it for traffic. At 7pm i was just nearing the area, at 7.15 i had "missed" the turning....i was on a single lane flyover and apparently had to turn left!! Madness! So i kept going, turned around and tried again. At 7.30 i quit and went home! Lesson learnt....must plan in advance and must give a lot longer to get there! The roads here are just chaos...it seems if there are traffic hotspots ...
... I had to be good today as it would be nice to wake up in time for breakfast tomorrow. But not before the obligatory Pisco Sour - come on, you can't be at a Peruvian place and not have one! After that, I went in search for dinner. Found the street famous for street food and roadside restaurants. Amazing vibe here, finally it felt like the manic Asia I'm used to! Cheap food, and lots of options for ...
... within a Malay family. Everyone was extremely welcoming and obviously very close. Mas' family was amazing and talked to Ruth and I about tons of different topics including their own work. What a family of academics! I believe 3 or 4 out of 6 sisters are professors!!
Sitting here at the airport, half of the way home, I just can't help but reflect on how blessed I am. This summer was a once in a lifetime opportunity and it was one that I will always remember. ...
... to pick up a new passport (hers was completely filled) and I definitely could have used another day to fully explore the city.
Our adventure in KL started as soon as we landed at KLIA airport. KLIA is probably the biggest airport I have ever been in. It contains a full mall (in addition to duty free), numerous restaurants, and at least one hotel. It took us 15 minutes of walking just to get to baggage claim, and then another ten to find any ...