After seven hours of climbing my body had reached a point of utter exhaustion. My limbs complained and my head swam and every single cell voted. The results came in a resounding “HELL NO” (with no need for a re-count) The sun began to set, and water was low. I was done. Simply done.Read More
Malyasia, Philosphy of Travel
One of my favorite things to do while travelling is hit a local supermarket or drug store to check out the dizzying array of local products. A great way to explore the local culture, and it is usually quite entertaining as well.Read More
A slice of Malaysian culture taken from the travel diary of Amy Rae Fox, M.A., M.Ed.
KL: A Day in Four Acts
(in order of appearance)
Backpacker – Traveller in a foreign land
Free Shuttle Driver – Malaysian man of Indian descent
Smiling Man – Malaysian man of Malay descent
Planetarium – an inanimate structure housing Malaysia’s National Space Administration.
Cab Driver – elderly Malaysian man of Chinese descent
Hadi – young Malaysian woman working in a guesthouseRead More
Inevitably in my travels, there comes a time when I ask why.
Usually more than “a” time, several times in fact, and I notice these times as I ease through them as if I’m passing through Kübler-Ross’s five stages.Read More