After slightly over six months working away in Malaysia, itâ€™s time for us to part ways. Thatâ€™s not to say I wonâ€™t be back for certain, who knows what way things will go from here, but it does mean that
Our trip to Sentosa contained all the usual qualities I was coming to expect of Singapore taxi drivers â€“ a comfortable car, metered fare and a guy who actually seemed to be genuinely taking the quickest way down there. Sentosa
Barely a few weeks back from our trip to Langkawi Island, and with Annaâ€™s parents now over, it was time for us to head north to Thailand, to take in some new sights.
Admittedly, things didnâ€™t get off to what
Would that work better? The problem I always have with writing â€˜lengthyâ€™ articles, as I always tend to do, is that they end up having to be split into a number of posts, each getting further from the last, until
It was pretty obvious that we couldnâ€™t stand for long on the hop-on hop-off tour of Kuala Lumpur, especially given the speed it completes its circuit at, so we didnâ€™t really have much choice as to whether we wanted off
Since we got back from Thailand, things once again have settled into a slightly less-interesting â€˜day-in, day-outâ€™ routine, aside from a couple of interesting things like a festival we were at last week, planning our next trip in early December
For the weekend, we took our long-awaited trip to Thailand, with Anna leaving work at 5pm, me leaving work at 5pm, and both meeting down in KL Sentral for our â€˜coach journeyâ€™ to KLâ€™s low-cost carrier terminal. Now, KLIA, the
If thereâ€™s anyone out there still checking the site for updates, Iâ€™m sorry, youâ€™ve been wasting your time these last few weeks. What have I been up to? Ah, not too much â€“ this and that.
So, really, what have I
According to my clock, in five minutes Iâ€™ll have been in Malaysia for one month to the day. Itâ€™s definitely not a case of a month too many, but itâ€™s hard to believe itâ€™s actually only been just the one