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After travelling for over 19 hours and being awake for 24, we couldn't go to sleep at 3pm, could we? Well anyway after a ten minute lay down and unpacking a few items, the room was a mess! We decided to have a walk about to check the area out, and ended up in China Town, the opposite of where we wanted to be (Clarke Quay, which you could see from …
After a goodbye to Indonesia and a so long to the dozens of people I met during my stay there, it was just 4 hours to Singapore.
After almost 8 weeks, finally a familiar face, my dad waving at me from behind customs.
First thing I noticed in Singapore. The HUMIDITY! Since I now had traveled north of the equator, I was thrown into the …
I'd heard mixed reviews on how Thailand weighs up to Malaysia so I was intrigued to note their differences. Crossing the border was remarkably easy so at first impressions it seemed as if Malaysia would be pretty lax, but it quickly became apparent it's significantly more structured as a country. Journeying from Penang to KL & Melaka, there was lots to see on the way. A change in food was amazing. Sautéed beef on our first night in ...
... of each. The jalebi was nice but the barfi was too buttery and not how its normally made
There was a lot of construction by the river and it threw me on a different course so I was seeing something new from 2008. ...
kind of damage could have been done and generally got a bit lost in the streets
and the numerous construction sites that were around in an effort to build even
more buildings and to improve those that are already there. Then, as I’m making
my way towards the river and Chinatown the heavens opened. Now this was not
just rain, it was biblical. I thought Armageddon had arrived and I would be
swept away while cowering under a tree (why do we ...