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Law And Disorder From Ipoh To Johor

TIME TO MOVE ON AFTER A TWO WEEKS REST IN IPOH...

Yes, I am a traveling NOMAD and I am NOT MAD... I cannot sit too long in a place though I would love to be.  One fine morning, Andy messaged to say that Firefly is giving offer, only RM59 per way to JB! Oh, oh... from that moment, my travel bugged me.... and ended up buying to and fro tickets for RM118,  In a matter of days, I was on the plane, waiting to fly from Ipoh........ GGGrrrrrrrr.... waiting to fly high.....

 The blades were starting to warm up..... 
Yes, Firefly is a propeller plane....
Soon, it was Up UP and Away..... flying south....
I don't have a book or an iPad with me....
So I ended up watching the clouds instead.... 
Within minutes when the seat belt sign was off, light refreshments were served...
I chose a packet of peanuts and a cup of mango juice...
Other options were curry puffs and muffins.... 
At exactly 1.30pm, it arrived at Senai Airport, JB... 
Thank God for journey mercies... 
All was good... 
My "driver" was waiting outside the airport and we took the town way back.... 
Blue and sunny skies above... nice weather... 
Within half hour we were back in our residential area...
And we stopped at Changman for lunch... 
Ooopsss.. no photos cos we were too hungry and I was not aware at all... 
But I had Ipoh Chee Cheong Fun before I boarded the plane... 
And my son kept asking why I didn't packet for him...
Aiyah! This mom ah... never thought of it also!
Next time perhaps!!
Soon we were back at the small nest.....
Everything seems to be in order.... 
Time to relax and we really did.... 
Both of us spent our whole afternoon and evening
Watching the latest Hongkong TVB drama...
Law and Disorder....
hmmmm.....


Comments

  1. You are really a Flying Mummy! So sweet to spend time with your son whenever you can. Enjoy!

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  2. He he...yes your are the travelling Nomad. Now we see you, now we don't! Lol! Have a wonderful time with your son!

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  3. Wowwwwww!!!! And previous post, you said you were hopping around on a walking stick? Aiyorrrrr!!!! Better rest, take good care of that leg wor.

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    1. Oh! Just saw your reply! That was last year. Now, ok lah? Praise the Lord. Can jump, can fly! Fly JB to Sibu, cheap and not far wor. Andy has leave to spare? Coming?

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    2. hahahaha... yeah, last year went to that shop in walking sticks... this year running like a spring chicken... hahahaha... Andy ah? He very sayang his leave one...

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  4. You are like the Energizer rabbit, cannot stay still, lots of energy to move around! That is good actually especially when you have all the time in the world.

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    1. Looks like my time is always occupied.. hahaha.. have to slow down.. actually har, I am sitting down quietly here...

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  5. Wahaha. Your son missed Ipoh food. Poor boy. Lol.

    You are sure a frequent traveller. But with such good fare, I would be tempted to fly too.

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    1. That is the thing! Firefly seldom got cheap fares..

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  6. Do you get a meal with Firefly? Are the peanuts free? What about water? Is this a reliable airline eg no lost luggage (usually), leaves on time etc?

    Have you sign up to the Frequent Traveller Airmile?

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    1. No, i didnt sign up... any advantage? Firefly gives snacks only... not actually a main meal... it is free yes... should be reliable about the luggage cos not many people check in their bags... so claiming luggage just takes a short time.

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  7. This kind of plane is so scary to me! You are a brave woman! So glad the journey went well.

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    1. hahahaa..yeah, it is a small plane... no choice, that is the only aircraft that flies from my place..

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  8. Definitely must fly to be with your boy as much as you can.

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  9. I feel so nostalgic looking at that road from Senai airport to town. I drive down that road continuously for 2-3 weeks every year...

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    1. Really... then you must be very familiar with Johor!

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