Monthly Archives: August 2009

Back in Kuala Lumpur

It’s weird to actually return to a place. After a fond farewell to Tanah Rata and the rest of the Cameron Highlands, Indi and I boarded a bus bound for our final stop in Malaysia. Returning to Kuala Lumpur was … Continue reading

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Existential Crisis in the Land of Smiles

I am a blessed individual. I am following my dream to wherever it will lead me, and I have a wonderful, caring, intelligent man who has chosen to accompany me on my journey. I am in relatively good health, although … Continue reading

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Cameron Highlands Experience Tour

Short version: Today was spectacular. Long version: At around 8:45 this morning (after a too-short breakfast due to my poor wake up skills) Indi and I left in a caravan of Land Rovers to start our day-long tour of various … Continue reading

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Arrival in the Cameron Highlands

We didn’t sleep at all last night; our sleep schedules are so out of whack that the 6:00 AM bus was best served by us just staying up; waking up may not have happened. It would take about four hours … Continue reading

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Final Days in Georgetown

Well, we didn’t rent motorbikes to cruise around the island…but we had a great time anyway! Yesterday we took the bus ride to Bukit Bendera, otherwise known as Penang Hill. It was here that I rode a funicular for the … Continue reading

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Now with Facebook!

I’ve created a Facebook Page for our blog! Rhys and Indi Martin on Facebook If you haven’t already, head on over and become a Fan! Then you’ll get Blog updates in your Facebook feed. Sweet as!

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The Quintessential Malaysian Motorbike

Throughout Malaysia, motorbike traffic is everywhere. Although it’s not quite as heavy as it was in Indonesia, the bikes here are in generally better condition. One thing I’ve noticed is that nearly HALF of all motorbikes I see are the … Continue reading

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