We’re up so we just got to greet the kids before they leave in the morning with the housekeeper.
We eat the rest of the baguette with ham and cheese from yesterday while Katja’s proofread a few blog post and publish them. Then we’re out the door and on our way to meet Leaitisia down at the Marina Bay Sands hotel. Continue reading →
Katja did a yoga session in the hotel gym this morning, I still want my normal leg color back before training.
After breakfast we go over to the bus station and get on 204, the bus that run to the Penang Hill. The hill is a great place to get a overview of this corner of the island and over George Town in particular. Continue reading →
After eating breakfast, then returned it, I’m ready to go out with Katja to sightseeing in Malacca. Continue reading →
Katja goes for a run while I turn over. I feel like I’m hungover from a whiskey and cigar party. Quite unfair actually as none of that has been present in ages. Continue reading →
After collapsing into bed yesterday I stayed there until the morning. Hardly got any sleep as I had a temperature high enough to boil eggs on. Continue reading →
We don’t have all that much planned for today. It’s our last full day in KL which means it’s time to send more stuff back home. Continue reading →
Up, breakfast, first bus in the hop on – hop off loop. Or so we thought. Continue reading →
Another slow morning culminates when the access card we have don’t work at the door to the gym.
Back up in the room we find that check out is 11 not 12 and start getting ready to move out. First breakfast though. Muesli with banana for breakfast is heavenly after a long time with white bread and eggs. Continue reading →
Katja was so inspired by the ladies in the park the other day she has to go out and play in the morning.
She runs out the door at six and come back an hour later. She’s been doing aerobic, tai chi and other stuff she has no name for. Continue reading →
During the night we have a power out and the air con stop working. We wake up covered in sweat with probably thirty degrees in the room around three in the morning. Continue reading →