The last stop of our cruise in Malaysia was Kuala Lumpur, the capitol and largest city of this country.
Well, I say Kuala Lumpur, but what I actually mean is that we docked in Port Klang, roughly 50km away from the center of KL. And even that is misleading, as the cruise terminal in Port Klang is located in the middle of nowhere. The only chance to get away from there is either one of the pre-arranged tours from the boat, or taking one of the numerous taxis waiting there for you. Continue reading “Kuala Lumpur – Batu Caves by train”
(title image via wikimedia, by Liamdavis)
I moved to Australia being used to taking the train to work. I have done this for years in the Netherlands, and I have always been a fan of public transport. So naturally, my first instinct was to do the same here, and so I have done for the past year.
A few weeks ago, though, I have changed my mind. Continue reading “The daily commute – updated version”
While the rest of the family is still on vacation, I have been adjusting to my new life in our Melbourne office. And part of that adjustment is my daily commute. Continue reading “The daily commute”