Lexis Port Dickson
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... and bleary eyed we tried to get our heads around the thought that under four hours flying time would, with connections, take us twelve hours door to door. Air Asia has a slogan, "Now everybody can fly" and it seems that they were. The rather brutally named LOW COST TERMINAL reminded me of the surging crowd leaving Newlands two minutes after the game. The manner in which people were ...
... food choice). In hindsight, it might not have been the best choice as I think the chicken had been sitting there a while. However, from looking around, a lot of the food seems to be prepped well in advance for the expected crowds which may or may not come. It's not great since it's so hot.
During the break between First and Second Practice, we saw some of the Malaysian Super Series from the K1 Grandstand. Despite spending a lot of time selecting my seat I've got a ...
... only for me, so take both. Finally the call arrives to board, I grab 2 bottles of water and head to the plane. All my water was confiscated when I went through immigration security. What do you know there is another security check of hand luggage and you cannot take water unless it is sealed. I refuse to give it up so head back to the bar to get it sealed. Nope they want do it, I then proceed to another 5 or 6 shops to see if they sell sealed water. ...
... So I've arrived back home and one of my dear friends asks, in a very business like fashion what were the takeaways from this trip. I guess we need an executive summary for all things in life. So I got to thinking about this and I think, so far, these are some of the points I bring back with me and hopefully can remain conscious to them in my daily lives. Bali takeaways: Religions all over the world are similar and in fact aim to connect the “weak” human kind with ...
We wake up o have brekkie together and say goodbye to Tash as the three of us are off to catch a boat to Sapi island. I meet Thomas a German who has done up to rescue and dived about 50 times including Mauritius which he rates as one of his top 3 in flic en flac! We get on the boat and I meet JC my Chinese I structures who has lived in Borhomwood a while. His accent is posh English and he seems a little camp. I'm not enraptured by my dive master but he vows to look after me. Joanna ...