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... my search for alternative flights to Trivandrum. Luckily the woman at the airport information counter nearby could help me where the internet search couldn't. There were no more flights tonight she told me, but a trip over to the Malindo air sales counter would put me on a flight tomorrow night.
Interestingly, things started to look a little better once I accepted that i was stuck in Kuala Lumpar. When I was told that a flight to Trivandrum wouldn't ...
Well, I don't believe I am someone who would keep a blog of some sort, but sharing photo's on Facebook wouldn't do.
Let's start at the beginning of the trip. The journey towards Malaysia. I took a flight from Schiphol to ...
... The girl scraped it up into curls with her metal spatula, and filled my cup with a topping of cream. It tasted good. A novel idea that might work well in NZ.
Back to the bars, where Doug and Bruce couldn't help but have the 12 year old whiskey, spending another 200 ringet ($80) before we headed home.
Lots of fun, good to see Doug and Lisa, and on Monday he has to go to Brunei with work, so tomorrow we are on our own.
... Malaysian ringgit) roti we quickly asked for a sampling. Our host at the restaurant was named Nazrin and spoke to us in Mandarin and English. Excited to share roti with us, our host Nazrin brought us an extra roti canai with egg. Thank goodness he did, because it was so delicious! The roti, the curry, sooo amazing! Realizing we stumbled upon an amazing culinary delight we probed our host for more suggestions. Next he suggested Char kuew tau which is a mesh ...
... city spots but then made our way to Sentoso Island (via Cable Car) which was basically a bit of a resort, including Universal Studios (which is where Dad had gone off to for the day!). The island was a bit of a whistlestop as we tried to fit heaps into the day; we followed up with a trip to Chinatown (I know, this is getting silly now!) to find a Singapore flag, which wasn’t easy to find at all! They are one of the countries that don’t allow flag flying expect for on ...