Hello friends and other assorted readers! As you may have noted, I have not posted on this blog in over a month, and am roughly two months behind my real time activities. Blogging is hard. Especially on an iPhone with limited internet access and free time.
So, I’m formally giving up for now. I only have eight days remaining in Asia, and could not possibly catch up before I left. Just wanted to write this post to let you know that I do plan on finishing it when I’m back in the States – as much for myself as for anyone else. I’ve taken very detailed notes day-to-day, so it will be just as accurate. Not as much fun since it’s not in real time, but not much of the blog was anyway, and it will go much faster and easier at home.
That’s all for now!
Alright, it was my first time ever driving a moped, period, but this title is also accurate and way more fun. Read on for some scooting tales in Langkawi. Also be sure to check out Paige’s post for her naturally more entertaining account.
Well, threatened. Also first time eating roti boom. I’m not sure which was more heart-stopping.
Read on for monkeys, Buddhists, and lots of food in Penang.
We’ve seen small coffee farms, but no tea yet, and there are vast acres of the stuff in the Cameron Highlands. It’s the largest tea-growing region in Malaysia, and rivals the beauty of the Ifugao rice terraces. There’s another first in here, which you’ll find if you read on, but my mom would’ve hated it.
It was either that or First Time Meeting Wild Monkeys. After fervently searching for and failing to find wildlife in both Donsol and Singapore, Paige and I thought we were cursed. It must be true that you find what you are searching for only when you stop looking, however, because we finally ran into some primates around Kuala Lumpur.
The fish thing, well…
I have seen an eyeball… I’ve held one in my hand… but putting one in my mouth was a first. Read how I made it happen in Singapore.
Give me a break on the title, okay? These travel days are lame.