We got picked up by Nav for the wedding, a little later than planned as he got stuck in traffic. Then we got stuck in some more traffic on the way to the wedding reception, and we got lost.
A slice of Africa was ours to be had for dinner at South African restaurant, Out of Africa in Kuala Lumpur – a greatly anticipated event.
Today was the day we went to visit the South African High Commission in Kuala Lumpur. A little mis-adventure.
What used to be called the LRT system or Light Railway Transit system the last time I was in Kuala Lumpur (2 years ago), is now referred to as Rapid-KL. Not sure why, I think I heard something in the line of the previously private line being taken over by the government, or was thatContinue reading “Rapid-KL to KLCC”
Kota Kinabalu International Airport Termina 2 is a LCCT. For the uninitiated, that stands for Low Cost Carrier Terminal. Yup, in the world of no-frills travel, Malaysia is surely among the leaders with its AirAsia headed by the charismatic, Asian version of Richard Branson, Tony Fernandez.
I’ve taken out my passport and I’m about to give it some air. Figuratively, and… figuratively, but in a different way again.
The last 72 hours has been a costly pile-up of bills for me and for the next few days my beloved computer room, my blogging space, my physical my-space, will not be my favourite place.
Last week I got up one morning at 8.30am. An astonishing feet considering it was my holiday week, but stuff had to be done. Most prominently my recycle stash, which had been growing and growing and nearly outgrew the little storage space underneath the stairs. So that had to go.
Obviously this is not the first time its raining like this. Oh no, I’ve seen the water stains underneath the windows that face the rain before, and I know it rained hard enough to actually leak in at the top. Usually a combination of rain and wind that. And I’ve also come home a fewContinue reading “Massive downpour – tropical island style”
We had a pretty funky visitor today in Sutera Harbour. A boat by the name of Earthrace sailed into the Marina this afternoon, dragging behind it a limp wing. It’s a super-futuristically designed boat and it’s aim is to circumnavigate the world in record time using bio-diesel.