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... 15 each, but also an extra $2 each for departure tax, lucky we had a few Singapore dollars they would accept. Oh I do feel I am on amazing race. The ferry is like a long cigar, it is fully booked out. A quick journey of 1.5 hours we arrive in Labuan. Labuan is a duty free haven. Bevan is hanging for a beer so we try to find somewhere to get a feed and a drink. There are local cafes on every corner, many sell beer only. A local luck of a seafood curry and rice for me, noodle soup ...
... took our bags out as well and started running away with them. Luckily Mark was looking out the window, and saw his bag being taken out. He raced out of the bus and rescued both of our bags, in the pouring rain. It could have so easily played out differently, and we may not have known that our luggage was missing, till we got to Cebu - far too late. Anyway he did a great job of saving both of our sanity that day. So, we got to fly out of Cebu, and head off to Kuala Lumpur to continue our ...
... to seeing them in Adelaide in October. Played for two jokes and the. It was the same sea of people trying to get home. Not too back this time but it took an hour just to to the the metro stop. It was 1.30 before we got home and see exhausted. Steph was also looking a little pale. I hope she rests up today. 7.30 alarm went and only just felt like we had got to bed. Cleaned up, packed up and taxi to airport. Got their at 10am ...
... across from a doctor who will shake their head, reach over, clip me around the head and say something like "it's an allergy to peanuts, you idiot". But for now, I'm done with doctors. I have spent too much time and energy looking for answers. I can't do it anymore, it does my head in. I tried. I really, really tried, but I can't improve my health. I will get better, or I will get worse. Maybe I will stay the same. I cannot work anymore and I don't want to live in ...
With the reunion of our French friend, Kevin, in S. Thailand we decide to continue traveling together and merge our plans which lands us in Malaysia! A country known for being extremely Muslim, beautiful, a large tea and coffee producer and split into two pieces of land. We cross the border of Thailand to Malaysia via mini bus with a breeze and start exploring this culturally diversified land. Upon arrival ...
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PT 4388, Jalan Penghulu Cantik, Taman Tasik , Seremban | 3 star hotelfrom $42
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