Monday, April 7, 2014

4 Countries in One Day

I am back home now after enjoying 6 eventful days away from Malaysia. Now matter how beautiful and advanced another foreign country may be, I still love my own Boleh Land - Malaysia. We boarded CX from Japan to Malaysia with stop overs at Taipei & Hong Kong - making it 4 countries in total.




Look at all the lovely flowers and landscapes all over Fukuoka and Kyushu Island. The lovely sights would put a smile on everyone. We can plant more flowers in Kuala Lumpur too but I have seen some idiots driving off with the potted plants at night. Wakakakaka





It was really very tough to find postcards in the whole of Fukuoka and Kyushu Island if compared with Osaka, Kyoto or Nara which would spoil tourists with so many lovelier postcards. I manage to grab some 20 simple cards and made a mistake! The posts offices close on weekends! A kind passing old man stopped and offered me help. He spoke in thick Hakata's Nihon-go with some simple sign languages which saved my day. He told me to buy stamps from the "Family Mart" convenience store and post them in any mail box. Yippee!





We stayed at Nishitetsu Hakata Inn and it is highly recommended as the hotel is located right opposite the Hakata Station which houses all the subway lines and trains to Airport & around Kyushu Island. You can also jump into JR lines that connect to Tokyo or Osaka. I will stay there again when I return someday as Hakata Station has so many shopping malls and restaurants inside too. Here, I posed with the above mural drawings at the hotel's entrance.





This hotel has got an in-house Onsen with 3 pools of water from the Hot Springs. Kyushu Island is famous for pools of Hot Springs as the active Mount Aso is still raging there. The hotel guests enjoyed complimentary dips and I myself had a relaxing 5 nights bliss there. It was an eye opener to see several Japanese men flocking inside red & drunk like retarded clowns! Muahahahaha





My flight home to Kuala Lumpur was crazy and so rush! We were the only 2 Malaysians who boarded CX from Fukuoka to Kuala Lumpur and had to board the connecting flight at the Hong Kong International Airport in just 15 minutes. I ran faster than Usain Bolt and was panting like a sick dog!! When we reached KLIA, our 2 baggage were still at Lantau Island! CB! CB! The other 2 Malaysians in the above photo also lodged complaints and tempers flared! They left their house keys inside the luggage! Please learn from their mistake!




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    1. It was the first time I saw real tulip plants everywhere in Fukuoka. The petals are big and crispy unlike the ones I saw in KL's florist which was soft and smaller.

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    2. Jay:
      I think Japan is much colder, with winter and all. Even flower petals have to grow thicker to keep themselves warm ?!
      Malaysia, humid and warm, so flowers sweat more, therefore petals are thinner?! Muahaha!

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    3. Spot on Jay, my Korean friend also told me not to be deceived by weather reports in Japan as their 10 degrees C are different from 10C in Korea. He meant to point out that other factors often made Japan colder and freezing. Malaysian flowers sweat more! Muahahahaha

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    4. Jay:
      Yah, me, too. I also don't mind, even if you give me those notepad or pen taken from the hotel room.
      Just joking, no worries, I know you have long lists of friends to give presents to.
      Twilight, I have your office address, listed (behind) the envelope.
      My next trip, I will mail gift to you.
      To thank you for your CNY Card and Buddhist CD (2013).

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  2. Postcards??? No, thank you. I want a nice present - don't come home without it. Muahahahahaha!!!!

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    1. Anay... next tine send to me. I love them. & it's the thoughts that count, my mom always said to me :-)

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    2. send anything to me and i will appreciate that.. it's the thought that counts, feels good that I am remembered by someone even if he/she is enjoying a holiday.. starting with buying a postcard, hand-writing some words of greetings, getting through all hassle and hustle to get a piece of stamp, looking for a postbox, sending them from abroad and finally having to worry about whether they reach the recipients, that's all treasurable thoughts and efforts - surely deserves way more than just a "no, thank you", agree?? :)

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    3. Thank you Lina and SK for being so humble and easily contented. Sometimes he made me worried that I would become grumpy and greedy when I retire too. Muahahahahaha!

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    4. i am sure Anay will be an old man liked by many!! you never say no thank you but open to any kind of possibilities, you never complain nobody gave you things but appreciate what others have already given to you.. you just make people feel being loved as they love you~~ :)

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    5. Hehehehehehe!!!!! As they say, old people reserve the right to be grumpy. I do think I'm a nice jovial old men leh? Greedy? No lah...they also say that one would be a lot more blessed to give than to receive...so I want you to get lots of blessings mah. See, I'm so so kind.

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    6. You are silly man! You cracked me up with your weird thoughts. Alright you will get your loots soon. Check your mail.

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    7. Yipeeee!!!!!!! *jumps for joy* (Figuratively speaking lah! So fat, cannot jump liao!!!)

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    8. Why la...people send postcard say No Thank you. what happens to the saying "It's the thoughts that counts?

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  3. Left house inside luggage? Nope, I'll always keep it with me, save the troubles, hehe!!! =]

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    1. Yes I also carry keys with me. I really learnt a good lesson from this rush-rush trip.

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    2. me too carry in my hand luggage. In the beginning i takut jugak coz in the signboard at check in counter got show keys not allow in hand luggage

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  4. Elo elo, welcome back.. Wah, come back terus blog ahh.. Geng ahh you.. I'm laughing at your last paragraph.. Ooops, don't curse me ahh.. Your 2 baggage are still faraway from you and I still laugh.. Soli soli.. But I can't stop laughing when you say CB CB CB.. I can imagine your frustrations la.. Imagine all the goodies and stuffs you bought and stuff inside the baggage, and now you can only think of them, can't see them yet, hehe..

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    1. Oh dear, that person left their house keys inside the baggage? Wah, if me, I think I will also scold CB CB CB, kakakaka.. Ooops, sorry, not supposed to laugh again.. Hope they have spare keys (with their parents on in laws).. We always give our parents/in laws a spare key of our house, just in case anything like this happens..

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    2. I like the tulips photo.. So sweet and colourful.. If these plants are to be planted in Msia (it can't anyway), bet the next day, everything's gone.. You have seen people run away with pots, so I won't be surprised if they pluck the flowers too.. Believe me, don't mean to be rude, but (so) nice things like these can't be done here, the flowers will be gone during the dark and vanished by day!

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    3. Wait, person with tattoo cannot use the public bath? Why? Person with tattoo scary ahh, scared they scare away other guests ahh?

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    4. Tattooed person in japan is perceived being involved as Yakuza, that's bwhy

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    5. Hello Princess Ribbon! I learnt a lesson not to take connecting flights with such short transits and that often happens in Hong Kong & Singapore airports. In China, their transits are anything from 4 to 10 hours for domestic flights!!!! I must give my spare keys to my friend too.

      In China, some men in heavily tattooed bodies could go to public baths often without problem and the men could even smoke & camwhore photos with friends in the nude! Crazy monkeys!
      In Japan, only foreigners have been turned away even with a tiny tattoo behind the neck. They really mean business and I like that.

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    6. Lina - that was my first time seeing Yakuzas while walking around the Yatai Food Stalls by the river banks. I didn't know they control these stall until you pointed out. What is there you don't know about Japan? I am truly amazed!

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    7. Oh I see...No wonder la. That means they really strict on Tattoo lo.

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  5. wahhh... very chee kek wor... in that case, I must go for running practice before I board the plane next time... never know, these connecting flights might be very thrilling leh.. I think my heart will thump sky high if in your situation...
    Luggages still in Lantau Island? Oh dear.. hope they come back intact...

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    1. My goodness I hate that incident for having to run madly. I remember the 1 st crazy run I had was at the O'Hare Airport in Chicago! I wanted to cry! I will avoid taking connecting flights again cos they were cheap!

      My 2 baggage have been safely delivered to me in 12 hours!

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    2. Good to hear that! They were delivered to your home or to the airport?

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    3. That is fast leh ...12 hours only.

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  6. The tulips are lovely. I guess it's been very rush for the departing flights back. Can't change to another schedule ?

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    1. There was only 1 flight from Fukuoka to Kuala Lumpur at the cheap rate by CX. I am glad I could put the mad rush behind now. It was stressful man...

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  7. What an experience, right Anay? :-)

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    1. Yes it was horrible and made me have cold sweats even before I departed KL when the flights started to delay 3 times due to hailstorms. Ended up sleeping in HKG and then came home minus my baggage! Who wouldn't cry like me??

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    2. sure is an unforgettable experience la

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  8. Lucky Anay can understand the oyaji's thick hakata-ben otherwise susahla mau send itu postcard.

    Of course, yoy can always do postal transactions at places that has the " double lined T" which is a sign for post office. ^^

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    1. Oh no, I didn't understand the Hakata Slang a word. I knew he spoke Hakata dialect cos I found it a bit different from normal Nihon-Go. Just like our Chinese language with over 30 dialects which we all could only pick up few words.

      I was very happy and so touched to see the kind old man's gestures to stop and help me. From far, he saw us holding the postcards and stood outside staring blankly at the closed post office. By the time he made his slow steps to reach us, he knew he had to help. It made my day and to remember to help lost people! LOL

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    2. Anay...

      That's why when I travel, I'd bring small souvenirs from Malaysia. In case I'm in gratitude with a stranger and at least I can repay their help with something that they can think about Malaysia.

      Of course, people don't help for something in exchange but I do like thanking random strangers with a token of appreciation. ^^

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    3. We have so similar thoughts. I brought lots of KL Fridge magnets during my first trip to Japan and Xian where I met nice people too. Later on, I always could not find time to grab the magnets before flying. I will start buying and put inside my luggage right away as these magnets are not available easily when I am pressing for them! Hmmmph!

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  9. i've never understood how anyone could love BolehLand.. until i started craving spicy maggi, nasi lemak (fat rice, lol!) and CHILI PAN MEE. omg! :D

    i guess it's really just the food that makes living here worth the while.. at least, for me. lol. welcome back!

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    1. Well, when we are born and grew up here, we definitely planted our roots and love here. I would not mind to migrate to Japan but it is not easy to move there! I would probably be living inside the dog's kennel there as the properties are so expensive!

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  10. Good morning TM, hot weather in Singapore...

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    1. Lovely tulips... U didn't go for a longer trip in Japan, as 6 days, quite rushing, with the stopover, etc...

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    2. Look forward to more pictures and your cute pose...

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    3. So far, i never leave my house keys in the luggage...

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    4. Wonder if i am lucky to receive to postcard, (thick skin questions, lol)...

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    5. STP is no thank you, but i opposite, i collect postcard, kaka...

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    6. Thanks for your greetings and more cutie poses coming soon! Please don't become like STP. He only wants to eat eat eat and eat!! Have you seen any postcards that can be eaten??? Muahahahaha

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    7. None, that's why! No edible postcards. At least, [SK] was so kind when he went to Japan, He sent me one piece of the Japanese green tea Kit Kat, so sweet of him! :D

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    8. You can make him your son in law since he has all the good qualities!!! i would be happy to give him away! Bwahahahaha

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    9. Ummm...ummm....never mind. LOL!!!

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  11. i am surprised Anay took such a "long-winded" flight from Fukuoka back to KL!! stopovers at Taipei and HK, and yet the time between connecting flights were so short even Thambee could not have enough time to "pangsai" at all!! yeah, imagine having to run like Usain Bolt (of course i would think you looked more like a crazy auntie screaming so sissily chasing after the ice-cream uncle because you missed him while you went to pangsai just now) in the airport!! i did that before, because i was put in waiting list, and when the check-in counter told me there are passengers not boarding and i can take the seat, i have to run from the counter, through the security check, right to the boarding gate and then to the plane.. that was surely an experience!!

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    1. When I booked the tickets, it was stated only stop over in HKG with 2 hours transits for both ways. The next day they sent email that it required a stop over in Taipei as well. In the end the journey there skipped Taipei cos we missed the connecting flight to Japan and slept in HKG. That airport running scene was my second time and the first one was at O'Hare Airport in Chicago in 1991. That one was scary as I was alone and ran over 100 departure gates! CCB.

      BTW the movie "Home Alone" was filmed at O'Hare Airport where the boy got lost inside. That's how scary the airport looked - DAMN HUGE!

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  12. oh, lovely tulips!! i used to like tulips last time, i mean before they were more widely known.. sometimes i think i am rather more advanced than the trend, many times i like something first and later it becomes popular and then i feel like i do not want to be one of the common and started to switch to like other things, haha!! so i hope there are more tulips that you can find there in Fukuoka, and these few stalks of them are just a preview for us.. and oh yes, please, show us the sakura also!! :)

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    1. Honestly I loved the colourful tulips more than the Sakura as we have so many similar Sakura trees in Kuala Lumpur though we have red and pink ones! I had never seen tulips and they looked so big like the heads of swans!

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    2. There should be more lah, right Anay?

      Especially considering that Nagasaki and the Netherlands share a long history. :-)

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    3. oh I saw tulips when I was in Italy recently. They were so beautiful. But I didn't get to snap some pictures as I was traveling in the coach.

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  13. oh, so sweet of Anay to pick some postcards and went through all the trouble to get them sent out!! hmmm, if i am one of the lucky ones to receive the postcards from Anay, i surely will say "YES!! THANK YOU!!" and appreciate it a lot!! actually that photo of Anay holding the postcards standing in front of the postbox looks nice too, i don't mind if you print this photo and sent it as a postcard to me!! muahahahaha~~ :D

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    1. Hee hee heee.... I also told wifey that all the postcards in Kyushu Island were too simple and would be better if I printed my photos as postcards. I will bring glue and cards next time as we can print the photos inside the Family Marts of Japan. Good idea!

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    2. I know you will always be appreciative and utter sweet words to everyone as you are our Semut Kita (SK) !!! You must teach STP to coat his mouth with sugar la. Wakakakakakaka

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    3. You haven't heard meh? What they offer to the Kitchen God so every Chinese New Year, when he goes back to heaven, he will tell all the nice, sweet stories about them when reporting to the Heavenly God? Muahahahahaha!!!!!

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    4. OMG you are not the Kitchen God la! You are need to paste your mouth with rat glue instead of ninko! Wakakakakaka

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    5. Muahahahahahahaha!!!! Half kati, eight tahil!!! You're the same, if not worse. Frankly, I do love your response!!! So creative! :D

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  14. i don't know if anyone actually noticed that pair of legs coming out from behind that mural?? hahaha, i can recognize that pair of 3-stripes Adidas shoes too!! Anay, why are you hiding behind that piece of thing?? you are really a joker dei!! i bet Letchumy must be laughing rolling on the floor before she could take a good shot of that~~ :D

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    1. You bet and she did laugh her head off!!! The mural was beside the escalator and a group of ANA stewardess came down to stare at me in disbelief! I wish I could evaporate and vanish from the earth!

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  15. lesson learnt!! i used to place my house key in the check-in luggage!! i mean anything that i don't really need would go in there.. hmmm, come to think about it seriously, yeah, we shouldn't do that at all.. what if the same accident happen to us, and we have no keys to go home??!! so how did that couple end up?? they gotta sleep at some friend's or relative's house?? or go get a hotel room to spend the night?? i hope they do not have to work the next day, else, gotta call in for an EL dei~~ pity!!!

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    1. It was a nightmare for the lady and her tone of voice was seriously angry like a monster! I think she had to work besides all her important stuffs were inside too. Half of my suitcase was filled with loots of pressies for others!

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    2. yea, lesson learnt. They should just put the keys in their hand carry bags. I always put my keys in my back pack.

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  16. Were you peeing behind the huge banner?

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    1. Yes I was trying hard to pee!

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    2. That's a good question! hahahahaaa.....

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  17. Jay:
    Yes, please keep all important things, keys, cash, documents (things that can't be bought or replace easily with money) with you and inside your hand luggage.
    Do not keep those things in your check-in luggage.
    I learnt my lesson when I lost my check-in luggage (expensive Samsonite XL luggage worth RM1.5K+) on Singapore Tiger Airways. The Tiger staff couldn't even bother to help at all, no return calls back, no explanation, I just gave up on them. I made so many calls to Tiger, the calls are either not through (engaged all the time), voice mails, or replied to leave a number, they will call back, but they never did.
    From then on, I made a point, never board Singapore budget plane "Tiger Airways". Banned from my list forever. Bad experience. Arrived in foreign land without my luggage, no clothes. I have to buy clothes, all toiletries, new luggage, etc. in Singapore dollars.
    Twilight, at least CX delivered your luggage. Really happy for you and wifey. Souvenir and things bought in Japan is superb expensive. Glad, they arrived safely. I like Cathay Pacific, staff and service. That Marriott stay was a good proof.
    Mine (luggage) was lost forever, without any explanation, no follow-up from the airline.

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    1. Oh my goodness Jay! I had terrible goose bumps to hear your bad experience! I told wifey the same that if my baggage didn't arrive in Japan, we would be dead meat instead. We regretted for not carrying our hand luggage when stranded in HKG as we always carried one each with spare clothes just in case. This trip we forgot to carry hand luggage and missed buying insurance for inconvenience claims.
      Although I have no high respects for HKG people's way of rude talking sometimes but their CX crew and staff were very efficient and so polite. The way the staff guided us to run across the airport through VIP lanes and jumped the long queues of X-Ray security checks made me respect them to fullest!

      I have not flown with Tiger Airways but I have heard of one friend's similar experience too. Yours was worst of all and I would faint right away before torching them!!! Your experience here will be shared and read by many readers daily. We all become smarter from bad ordeals and experience like this. Thanks for dropping by as you always took me by surprise. I like!

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    2. Jay:
      Thank you Twilight for your reply. Welcome back. With you and your wifey ever generous, sincere, pure, considerate, caring hearts towards charity works, God will seriously look after both of you. I always believe in karma. God will reward those who sincerely perform charitable works.
      Yes, after that "heart drop to the floor" incident, I went to Takashimaya bought (on positive side: Cantonese saying "poh choy thong choi" i.e. "spend money to prevent disaster/calamity"):
      1) Samsonite "largest" hand luggage (on sales),
      2) buy travel insurance yearly (cheaper to buy per year than buy for each trip),
      3) stuff all important/expensive things to the fullest into hand/cabin luggage, till it fit 7kg (for economy class) to the max. Now I even put expensive leather shoes into hand luggage. That's how affected I am. Cause the belongings are more expensive than the budget air ticket.
      I like AirAsia & Malaysia Airlines that allow max 30kg per passenger, per luggage (econ class).
      Ya, Tiger Airways was my first and last time, cause I always like Singapore Airlines, I didn't expect Tiger (main shareholder SIA) would be like that. But I still like SIA no less.
      Your transit in HK was really an adventure by itself.
      HKG people are more mellow now after the 2003 SARS incident.
      Thank you for your blog. I like, too, and your wonderful blogger friends, reading the comments make my day.

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  18. The PO closes on weekends? See? Come to Tokyo, where we have 24/7 post offices.

    Your trip was so short! Too short! You need at least six WEEKS in Japan!

    Looking forward to more stories and photos!

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    1. Or... he can do the six weeks in instalments. Two weeks for each season minus summer :p

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    2. Rurousha - you pulling my legs about 24/7 post offices? That's insane to abuse the postal workers.....poor them. If it happens here, all the mails would be found in cemeteries again. Muahahahaha

      Of course I wish to have 6 months tour around Japan!!! Who could do that, not even our PM? I will head to Nagoya next.

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    3. Dei Anay... work in shifts apa abuse? :p

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    4. Wah! Night shifts to sell stamps! Muahahahaha That is funny but really helpful!

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  19. TULIPSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS! My fav

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    1. TULIPSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS! I like too!

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    2. Especially Yellow Tulipssssssssssssssssssss!!!

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  20. Hahaha, TM you're a funny and interesting man...Standing behind the huge banner... Yokoso again....

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    1. I am more funny and retarded in real person. Better stay far away from me - I am nuts. Life is so short and I better make everyone laugh.

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  21. Great to hear that you "celup" inside the onsen for 5 night eh? damn relaxing....So how is the feeling when everyone dip inside like nobody cares... Everyone has the same thing...so who cares right? Good experience.

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    1. I am the unknown King of Onsens! I could even tell anyone which are the best ones to dip in Taiwan and China! Well, I find the hot & water therapy to be excellent way to boost our health and prevent stress which leads to heart diseases and even cancer!

      No, all men have different packages and so are the ladies! Some are flip backs and some are over ripened melons! Bwahahahahaha

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  22. Good day TM!
    Back home already? Sounds a bit fast for me.... So, miss Japan now? :p

    I love the tulips there, so beautiful!

    And I also miss the hot springs and spa there, so syok (though we feel a bit shy being naked in front of other people, haha xD)

    Look forward to read more about your trip!!

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    1. It is easy to enter alone and nobody cares BUT not with friends!!! I would wear sarongs inside!

      I will start posting more photos next.

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  23. Why the people left the house key inside the luggage? They dun have spare meh? Or they dun have other alternative to break into their own house?.. Then I'm sure they left the luggae spare keys inside the luggage too...so funny.

    Whenever I travel, keys are always by my side.My hubby won't bother to keep the keys but I have to do it just in case.

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    1. Well, humans are ignorant sometimes and do not believe that misfortunes would be fall on them. I also forgot to carry hand luggage this trip and that caused me some inconvenience too. Luckily my keys are always in my pouch and I would be more careful next time. I will try to avoid connecting flights!

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  24. So funny reading the comments that TM hide behind the mural and everybody staring at him, it must be very funny, I can imagine that, LOL...

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  25. TM always bring us laughter...

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  26. Did anybody pluck out the tulips in the streets, I think that is not the culture of Japan...

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  27. 6 days like very rush, actually if you enjoy the trip, I think no time is enough, wish we are forever there

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  28. I also lost my netbook in my check in luggage when I travel with Tiger Airways...

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  29. My sister don't dare to travel to countries such as Japan and Taiwan because she says she scare of earthquakes...

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  30. Hahaha yea i agree on that. If tanama here will have people cart off the whole pasu of flowers/plant.

    Cheh even my apartment also kena. My money plant i put in corridoor. Then one day I notice why like kurang satu plant geh...Dont who the abcd went and curi my plant

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  31. So kind of the old-man. Anay. You and michi have a good face. People see your face they trust you

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  32. what u doing behinf the mural? ahen ahen...not siram pokok gua *runs and hide before anay kills me*

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  33. Why with tattoo cannot go into the bath? Now tattoo is very common leh. even ladies sometimes have tattoo. Is this rule strictly enforce? Kinda not fair lo. But then again maybe am talking nonsense la

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  34. Hahaha...see all the hours in gym really worth it right? So going to run in Stand Chart run or not? I just been to Lina's blog. Jom?

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  35. Betul tu....dont put housekeys in luggage. Or at least have a second set with a trusted neighbour or a relative staying nearby. What happen to the couple then? The airlines pays for them to stay in hotel while waiting for luggage to arrive?

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  36. Haha..The safest place is also the most dangerous place for keeping house keys. When going places Bananaz will always keep the house keys inside the luggage in hotel room as chances of losing them is practically zero. However when comes to boarding a flight must remember to transfer the house keys to hand luggage or else 4896 liao.

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  37. Oh you love onzen eh..me too..My oh my saw the sign, those with tattoo are not allowed in the bath.

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  38. Will be heading to Kabira Beach Club Med in Okinawa this coming Sat on a company incentive trip. Lately have been traveling places quite a lot and very guilty could not find time updating Bananaz blog. Must do it one fine day.

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  39. Malaysia is still the best place ya......After visiting overseas countries, I still think M'sian food is still the best.

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  40. Your wife is so cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I guessed that she's practising yoga daily.

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  41. Thank you for sharing the nice pictures and your witchy witch pose are the winner hahaha

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