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... and working. Since her student visa was about to expire she was forced to leave the country and apply for another kind of visa („work and holiday") from abroad. Originally she was considering going to New Zealand but we managed to convince her to join us during our trip around SEA. Our strongest argument was based on the fact that New Zealand is much more expensive than SEA. She bought her flight ticket from Sydney to Kuala Lumpur within a few upcoming weeks and ...
... bikes or chairs on the side of buildings, then the artist would paint a girl or boy on the bike or chair. All very spectacular, and quite mysterious, like all of this art appeared out of the dark of night. In addition to the street art, Georgetown has a rich history of being controlled by many different cultures due to its excellent location for trade. This history has lead to a diverse range of architecture, from British Christian Churches to Buddhist ...
... filling them up at the hot water tap lol... So I trotted off with my noodles, spicy crisps, milkshake and chocolate waffers under my arm and went home, what a day! the only way to finish it was bed, but I was lulled into playing cards and drinking beer for couple more hours by Andy and his new Malaysian friends, who decided to play **** head, not a good game when you just learning and need to sleep!
... hours later, we got a call from Air Asia (Gawdbless'em, despite the frightful flight) who'd p-p-picked up the passport at the airport (where RC had lost it!) and had it ready for pickup.
Once we had the news re the passport (quite late at night by now) I realised that I was hungry. Rebecca wasn't so I ventured out alone and found a cheap neon-light all-night type of place around the corner and bought a noodle and read for a while. I casually ...
... of their history involved the Dutch Portuguese and British having a go at taking over from each other, it has an town called Melaka where most invading nations started off. There was a set of model skulls, replicas of ones found within Malaysia, some as old as half a million years. Java, Borneo and Sumatra used to be part of land called Sundaland which disappeared when the sea levels rose about 10,000 years ago just leaving the three islands, it was ...
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