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... connections in a one horse town called Gemas.
"The liberation loophole will make it clear."
In which case the liberation loophole should get a job at K-Sentral ticket office. Loaded up with our baggage and no real plan B in sight we get there just to be told the train is fully booked until October. The monsoon season basically.
"Others need the vibes"
I feel like screaming. Liza takes the gentler route of asking again at the main desk ...
... which were open for the whole journey- so i was having my face exfoliated at the same time. Every time the bus stopped it felt like somebody had been beating my face with a palm leaf. Maybe they had, maybe it was all a dream. J
Despite all that we arrived in one piece and commissioned our first taxi of the trip to take us to the hotel- the Gemas Golf resort. We needed to stay somewhere in Gemas as the train to Kota Bharu only goes from here at 9 in the ...
... still Chinese influences around, with one or two of the big colourful temples and houses with a big Chinese bit of writing above the door. The other thing I like is that all the Malay houses are cute little bungalows, well tended and painted in bright colours (not one house in all colours but many houses all in one colour, but each one a different colour). Palm trees are planted in rows by the road, I imagine both for coconuts and palm oil perhaps. It seems a very ...
... this however was new,spotless, lcd tv with a channel we could actually watch and yeah we were pretty happy.
After that we took a wander around the local food market just as it was packing up, got some samosa's and another murktabat ayam then tried the little cafe in the same building as the room and tried our luck with some nasi dishes but unfortunately it was all.a bit fishy!! Not great if you don't like that off fish aftertaste but we ...
... we are crossing a border by train during the day.
The train is exactly the same as the previous Malaysian train we took from Butterworth to Kuala Lumpur. During the journey, the Malaysian countryside is covered with palm tree plantations. There is barely anything else than that.
When we arrive at the Malaysian border, two officers approach each passenger and write on each passport today's date. ...