Thursday, June 25, 2009

Mai Ke Penang!

Yesterday woke up at 5am (arrgghh!!!) to catch the 7.45am flight to Singapore. Almost miss the flight due to Babai's miscalculation. It was already 7.05am and the queue at the common check-in counters were long since there were mostly first flights in the morning. Luckily there were many others who were not early risers like me, and Airasia willing to open another counter dedicated to Singapore's flight due to the number of passangers yet to check-in.

My flight back to KL was delayed from 9.15pm to 9.55pm due to weather. Touched down in Sepang on 11.00pm, and only reached home at 12.15am midnight. I was so tired I decided I will go late to office by half an hour this morning eventhough our 'punch card' is monitored.

Supposedly today I am very busy, but my brain still couldn't fuction properly. Furthermore, this laptop mouse pointer has giving me a very hard time by jumping all over the place whenever I write something. I just need sleep at this moment, I can't even hardly muster the strength to talk to anyone.

Looking forward for the weekend to start our first leg of Cuti-Cuti Malaysia. Crossing my finger that my leave will be approved, as I have already booked our hotel.

Penang, here we come!

6 comments:

suituapui said...

You've been flying around...and now going on holiday again? Gee! Some people have all the luck in the world. Where to? Penang kah?

Willie said...

Penang? Oh I love that place...the pearl of oriental!

Sumuk said...

suituapui : lucky?.. ehmm.. initially yes.. now I'm not sure. Not if you can only see the world from the window of a taxi. Then again, it's something I can brag about when I'll be much older hehe..

cdason said...

penang.. still wanting to go there. AirAsia has been very kind on fares lately.

-cyrildason.com

Kevin said...

aiks...when u coming to penang?
hehe...

hope you enjoy ur trip...

Sumuk said...

yep.. we enjoyed our trip very much! :D.. we wished that our trip has been longer..

 
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