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From San Francisco, Hongkong, Kuala Lumpur To Ipoh

THE TIME HAS COME FOR ME TO BADE FAREWELL TO MY TWO MONTHS VACATION...  Yes, it is exactly 60 days since I last landed in San Francisco airport, my flight ticket was quite cheap then, only around RM3700 economy class with limited space to put my legs... *wish I could spend more money in first class next time but I know I won't* hahahaha... Really... 18 hours flight is no joke especially for long legs people, mine are short and still feel the crampiness...  hahaha...

I remember on the May 19th at around 1pm, I was feeling so happy when we finally landed in SF...

See what I mean... hahahaa....
Adventures was going to begin then....
Now two months later.... I am here again....
Sitting at the check-in hall...
Time to go home.... 
I was having mixed feelings...
On one side, I am ready to go home...
On the other side, I wish the holiday didn't end so soon... 
hahahaha...
We came with four bags...
Home with six! 
And it would be even more if not for the weight limit..
Each person can only carry 100 lbs to check in and one cabin bag...
Waiting in line to check in our bags.. 
Anticipating the moment....
It was a relief when our bags didn't exceed the limit...
We could still bring in another 2 lbs in each bag.. hahahaa...
Regretted that we didn't pack an extra bag of walnuts! 


The flight from SF to Hongkong was smooth and on schedule,
 in fact it arrived earlier than expected...
Despite the lack of sleep, we still managed to find some appetite 
savoring a bowl of beef noodles and..... 
.... a bowl of duck meat noodles right here at the Hongkong Airport...
hahhaha...
Two bowls plus tea cost us HK$169 equivalent to $24usd!
Ok, I better not convert back to ringgit... 
 My "charn" look at the Hongkong Airport...
But no regrets la... my duck meat noodles was very tasty despite the price!
Hahahaha...
Now I am home... 
All went well despite the 24 hours journey...
Thank God for journey mercies...

I just woke up, couldn't sleep AND it is only 4.30am!!
Guess it is called "Jet Lag"....
Just might as well get up and write this post... 
hahahahaa...



Comments

  1. OMGGGGGG!!!!! All those bags!!! Don't tell me you bought the whole of the US!!! Lucky you, such a long vacation there. Welcome back! You'll have to get used to the heat, so so hot these days.

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  2. Need time to adjust and those jet lag. Welcome home, my dear. It was a very nice 2-months holiday.

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  3. Welcome home! Time to unpack, do laundry, vacuum house, mop and exercise jor, haha..

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  4. welcome home!! wow, I thot you are still going to stay longer but it has been two months already??!! that's indeed a long vacation, and then 4 luggage to go and 6 to come back, not surprising at all, haha!!! you should have brought along the walnut, if not overweight, slot into your luggage.. just I case of overweight, then just eat them in the airport!!! xD

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  5. Welcome back, you transit at Hong Kong, so you were taking Cathay airline?

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  6. Welcome back and thanks for taking care of my mom.

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  7. Welcome home Claire. What a fantastic holiday it has been eh?

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  8. I usually find it harder to adjust to the jet lag when I come back to Malaysia too. It usually takes me at least 2 weeks to become a barely functioning human being again! Welcome home! XD

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  9. Welcome home Claire! At least you didn't have to endure the long flights and transit alone! did you go with your daughter??

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  10. Welcome back! Time flies when you are having fun, eh? Two months macam tak cukup.

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  11. We have been round with you to San Francisco too by following your blog posts..hahaaa..welcome back to Malaysia to catch up with the happenings here.

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  12. Thank you for the 2 months of enjoyable tumpang tour with you through your postings. We all miss you and when can we start our minum and makan spree...lol!

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  13. Welcome back & thanks for taking me on tour for 2 months thru your blog. Time really flies & just in a blink of an eye, 2 months just past by. Glad that you have joy, you have fun.

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  14. So fastbtwo months leh. Lol...charn mehthe look? No la still look ok mah.

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  15. wow, you really enjoy your retirement le.

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