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JET LAG...

Been silent in my blog for a couple of days already, getting through the jet lag by sleeping for more than 10 hours.  Woke up wondering where I was... LOL...

Started my long journey from Ipoh to KLIA at 3.30pm and reaching the airport some four hours later due to the jam in the federal highway.  Waited another two hours before checking in my big luggage and realized that I forgot to bring my credit card to gain entry to the premier lounge... oh dear... how could I have forgotten that!  No free meal and ended up paying M51 for this set at a Japanese restaurant....
Garlic fried rice and Soba fish... 
Another mistake...
Saw a promotion of one set for only RM20++
consisting of Salmon fried rice and miso soup!
sigh.. another blunder!
Fast forward.... another 13 hours later, I landed in Heathrow airport... 
Couldn't eat the food on the plane... perhaps I slept most of the time away... 
Had a light breakfast here at the Giraffe... 
Sitting here all alone... all by myself... 
How lonely... and alone... 
The Giraffe cafe where I sat for an hour or so... while waiting for the transit to Aberdeen..











Comments

  1. I am sure you won't be lone for long! SO sorry you forget the credit card, I hope that will not cause any more problems.

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  2. Off to Aberdeen AGAIN??? Aiyor!!! At the rate you've been away from Ipoh, you might as well sell the house and everything there and move here permanently.

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  3. Croissants! I had a lot of that when in Europe. Theirs so good.

    Travelling alone? On a long trip? That is really lonely. I not sure I would do that.

    But you have fun there. Happy holiday.

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  4. Solo traveling! Good to see you arrive safely in Heathrow. Enjoy your time in Abeerdeen.

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  5. So kesian satu orang only but soon to be surrounded by company! Happy holidays. Again. LOL!

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  6. Travelling alone can be so boring. Good that you arrive safely. Happy holiday.

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