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The Other Side Of Midnight World

STILL FEELING GROGGY.....


Left Ipoh on a bus around midnight, reached KLIA around 3.30am and spent the rest of the night at McDonald.... It was a sleepless night for me, I missed my bed and my blanket... and at 9am, I took four hours flight to Hongkong and thank goodness, it was only a two hours transit before embarking on another 13 hours flight again to San Francisco!   That was what I had gone through since Tuesday midnight..... what day is it today, by the way??  hahahaaa...


And here I am now....

After sleeping for some many hours....

Will be here at the ranch....



For many many days....
Till I go home again....



Comments

  1. Wowwwww!!!! You are really enjoying your retirement, flying all over the world. Lucky you! Hmmmm...you must be VERY rich to be able to do this. No wonder I seldom see you around my blog these days. Scotland next, to see your son?

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    1. The word rich depends on individual... Some have money and yet they say they are poor whereas some have not much money but they are enjoying what they like to do... That is called rich in life,.. Hahaaaa

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  2. You are HERE!!! But wah, you are on the other side of the country from me! Guess you will be staying there till you leave? I wish we could have got together. But San Francisco is beautiful, hope you see the cable cars.

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    1. At this moment, I am in Sacramento... Ginny...

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  3. Zooming to SF, eh?.... Your retirement life is awesome.

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    1. Cannot sit still... Hahaaaa... Need to be tied down...

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  4. Enjoy your retirement life. Take lots of photos for us to enjoy too ya.

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    1. Will upload, Agnes..but sometimes getting the wifi is a hassle.. :)

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  5. Wah, flying again? Nice wor, you are enjoying yourself so much, I also want la..

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  6. Gosh! You flew half way round the world! Really living the life, eh? hee..hee... Oh, I know what's it like to spend more than 10 hours on a flight and cannot sleep. Torture but worth it when you reach your destination. Have fun!

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    1. Couldnt sleep and having my legs bent too!! Lol...

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  7. wah this Auntie really enjoying life going here and there back to back!!! Australia and US, I have not even stepped foot on!! boohoo~~

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    1. You are still so young unlije auntie here... Lots of opportunities for you!

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  8. globe trotting Claire..hhahahaha...faster find good food there

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    1. Galloping.. Hahaaa... Getting rounder too...

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    2. cantonese say ability to eat is fook. Someone says she loves your above reply. asked me come back see the reply.

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  9. Wah! Flying to another continent again?? Syok!! SF quite famous for their crabs by the way! ;)

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  10. Wah! You are staying in a ranch? So syiok la...lol! Take more photos and post them to share with us.

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  11. jealous la....u hav the freedom to travel around the globe...

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  12. Transit at Hong Kong, you took Cathay Airways??

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  13. Hahaha..... Thanks for taking care of my mom during the journey. Not the other way round right?

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    1. Yes, no worries... We take care of each other... Lol...

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  14. You travelled back in time is it? You look so young and cheeky in those photos! Enjoy yourself! Have fun!

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    1. Posting up my old pictures you mean? Hahaaaa

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    2. No, I mean you really look very young in the photos above. Must be the cool weather there.

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  15. My first flight to East Coast US took me over 36 hours!
    Luckily you had nice breaks.

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