The staff at the hostel where I am staying are great. They ask me what I plan to do each […]
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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 195: By the Sea
It was my last day in Georgetown and after breakfast, and a check on the border situations, I headed off […]
Day 194: Covid-19… should I stay or should I go?
As I ate breakfast this morning, Trump announced that all flights from Europe to the US would be stopped. This […]
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 182: Serenading a piranha
Starting the day with a dip in the pool, the one on the 37th floor, I had an early morning […]
Day 181: From the gardens to the galaxy
The plan for today… green space. Kuala Lumpur’s botanical gardens have been open since 1889, created as a respite from […]
Day 180: Getting my bearings…
I set my alarm for 7am and was surprised to find it was still dark outside. I’ve been used to […]
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 […]
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