Sun Inns D'mind 1
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... and they tell me we can't check in until 6.35....our flight is at 8.35....so note the 5 to be exact :)
Ok sit down and eat baguettes and bananas and I buy a coffee.
We get in line at 6.20 and before we know it we have gone through....well they have about 3 shops once inside, but there is really nothing more that we want.
We take off and have a row each landing 2 hours later. Now we put our watches forward an hour.
I sit ...
... their assignment. Later on, we were looking at some exhibits on the third floor with a Muslim father, mother and daughter on the bench nearby. It slowly filtered into our consciousness that they were speaking English with UK accents. It turned out that they were from London. On the way out of the museum, we had to sneak past an opening for a Turkish exhibition. Smartly dressed folk were sat in rows listening to an address. It looked ...
... to visit a new part of the world that I have yet to see. These options still remain possibilities but what keeps me inspired are all the subtleties in the experiences I am having here in Asia. It’s the enjoyment of getting completely absorbed into the moment and appreciating every little thing for what it is. Whether it’s through interacting with people, tasting the foods, or viewing the architecture and landscapes; I ...
... it was a combination of 'I've been there' and 'I'm going there'. Sure there are plenty of other places on my list but for this particular trip the destinations are perfect. I wouldn't swap any of them. That's an amazing feeling. Yes I'm privileged to be able to travel but none of it has been down to luck. I've experienced it all because I've made it happen. When life hands you lemons, make lemonade. First thoughts on Kuala Lumpur: it's like Bangkok but nowhere near as ...
... transportation out of the airport. It was also challenging getting local currency; we tried 4 atms which all failed before finally getting ripped off by a money lender. The airport is also a solid 45 minutes from downtown in no traffic, so we assumed a taxi would be exorbitantly expensive and opted for the train instead. The train is very comfortable and has WiFi, but we later learned it was actually more expensive than sharing a cab.