At some point over the last 24 hours, Thailand upped its game on coronavirus. The bars in the street around […]
Tag Archive for ‘Bus Stations’
Day 196: Part 2 – How many hours was I on a bus?
As I type I am eating breakfast in Kanchanaburi and trying to work out how many hours I was riding […]
Day 196: Part 1 -Crossing the border to Thailand
Time to leave Georgetown and time to leave Malaysia. I thoroughly enjoyed the time here but it was time to […]
Day 191: The bus to Penang and Doris Day
Off on Malaysian buses again today and back down the ‘highway’ off the mountains heading for Georgetown on Penang… a […]
Day 188: Taking the high road to the Cameron Highlands
I was all set to find a taxi cab this morning. Why not Grab? For the same reasons I have […]
Day 187: Zen and the art of public transport
I was pleased that the day felt slightly cooler when I woke up than it had o the previous morning. […]
Day 184: Heading North
Another day, another bus to another city. I was on my way to Ipoh. After a last look at the […]
Day 179: Off to Kuala Lumpur
With a seat behind the driver, my bus finally pulled out of Melaka Sentral. You may remember that I was […]
Day 179: The impact of Coronavirus on local people
Last morning in Melaka and I took it leisurely with breakfast at my now favourite coffee stop, the Calanthe Art […]
Day 177: No room at the inn… actually no inn!
A civilised departure time but regular readers will know that I am cautious about allowing p-l-e-n-t-y of time to get […]
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