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... the location of everyone already here) so Vin chats to his mum and we arrange for them to come over to our apartment (with their swimmers!) We head back and cool off in the pool, and the party starts when Vera, Sue and Steve arrive (Wayne and Nok are still at work). We catch up for a while (turns out their apartment is only ten minutes away, we can see the block from our balcony!), then Wayne and Nok arrive a couple of hours later and the party ...
Another glorious morning, woken by the knock on the door from room service at 9. Sorted showered and up on deck 13 by 9:45, light breeze, clear skies and 29C, very nice :-) Up on deck until 11:15 when we went to the talk on our second Malaysian port, Langkawi. We're hoping to maybe just find a beach here and relax after what will be two busy days in Singapore and KL. Talk was good, looks like a ...
... sleeping rough on the streets. Preparing for the night ahead we were randomly approached by a kind, English speaking lady who obviously noticed our despair. Before we knew it we were swept off to her sisters guesthouse, a comforting, albeit basic room. After a good nights sleep we decided we had seen our quota of pitiful, balding, overweight men and so briskly made our way to the bus station, destination: ...
... entering a Thai naval base, complete with armed guards and Shelley was having to hand over her driving licence to enable us to access the restricted site. We rode for a few kilometres through the impressive surrounds of the base, where beige uniformed marines were being put through their paces, before being deposited at a small wooden kiosk surrounded by seven stray dogs. We waited for around 20 minutes before a middle aged chap arrived on a motor bike and ...
... returning home. I just called my ATM and credit card companies to alert them. The rest of the stuff in the wallet I can get back home. It's a good thing I left my passport in the safe box at the hotel...
And here I am on the plane writing the last pages of this blog. I have been looking for some “aha” moment all along this trip. I think I found it in Thailand but it was not exactly the moment I was hoping/looking for. Nevertheless, it was welcome.