Time to say goodbye to the Highlands with it’s clean fresh air and low humidity. It’s time to go back to the big city.
The bus ride to KL goes without a hitch. We leave on time and use about an hour more than estimated. Everything is normal. It’s a big day today. After more than four months of no poo it ends today. The family project is coming to an end. I must say I understand the main character in this play. There are plenty of stories of ladies who get better and more shiny hair from quitting the shampoo regimen. All well and good for them, but when the only shining feature is grease I get why Katja end the project today. We’ve used yogurt, egg, lime and tea to try to find the magic cure. I have probably forgotten a couple of the more odd experiments, but none have given the wanted effect.
It was with all this in mind we decided to spend a night in KL so Katja can get a haircut, put stripes in it and wash it. As this is written I sit in the hotel room and await her return.
After a long wait she arrives and look amazing. The hairdresser did a great job, and it’s fair to say that poo beats no poo any day. It even smell nice.
We had bought take a away food at a supermarket and heated it in the microwave. Then we had a tv dinner and just enjoyed the luxury of the room and each other’s company. Did I mention that Katja’s hair smelled nice? We actually enjoyed ourselves to such as degree we extended it stay for one more night. Malacca will have to wait.
“I think that the most important thing a woman can have- next to talent, of course- is her hairdresser.”
― Joan Crawford