Yes, those who realised it, went nuts. Ha ha ha ha ha!
Anyway, this would be our first Family trip out of Malaysia and also, the very first time the girls would be riding on a train for 9 hours! Maybe I am just an excited Dad but this is going to be a very exciting trip for all of us...
And this time, for the very first time, we're going to stay at my Sister's place (aka the girls favourite Aunt in Singapore.)
|Kaelynn at the Vending machine.|
Most of the cans are RM1.00 each.
Told my Wife that I can just park outside
and she runs inside to get RM10.00 worth,
then we switch for another RM10.00. But noooo....
|The queue for the 1400 Train.|
Needless to say, this is the very first of all queues...
|Yes, the train was running late and so, we had to rush since|
we're going to be in the first coach. Just enough time for this...
|The coach is quite nice and with the Air-con on, its very cool.|
Even the seats are comfortable and spacious.
|In the afternoon, with the girls being hungry,|
we traipsed to the Canteen Coach. When I saw
this door ajar, I was quite afraid for the girls who
are oblivious to the dangers. And I thought crossing
the coaches were scary.
|This is a Panoramic shot of the Cafeteria Coach, where later, I would|
find myself going here quite often. Not because of the food but for
the warmth as our coach's Aircon was very cold once you settle in,
|Preparing their roles on Motherhood...|
|Another trip to the Cafeteria. Unfortunately, the only thing that was hot|
were the Cup Noodles and Porridge. The girls went at them but left the
Porridge, which to me, was quite nice. Another RM15.00 gone...
|Trying to tie your shoelaces in a speeding train is not easy...|
|10 minutes past ten and we're left Malaysia|
|I like these seats but once you put them into reclining position,|
I find that I keep slipping until my head touches the lower part.
|We have arrived in Singapore and yes, we have to queue up for|
a taxi. Its half-past ten by the time we cleared Immigration.