The Chinese Kuala Lumpur

Trip Start Jan 22, 2010
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Trip End Mar 22, 2010


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Flag of Malaysia  , Wilayah Persekutuan,
Monday, February 1, 2010

ENGLISH:

We flew from Bali to Jogjakarta in an early morning. I was sad to say
goodbye to Kiki... A couple hours later on I arrived in Kuala Lumpur
airport. Already at the airport in Jogja there was an Asian girl that
sat next to me. She was nice, we started talking - actually she was
talking more than me, as the tiredness and my eyes shutting down
themselves started getting on me.  Then we sat beside each other on the
plane. By the time we landed in the Kuala Lumpur airport, I got an
invitation from my new travel buddy to her house in Kuala Lumpur.
Frankly saying, after the last time there, I wasn`t going to leave the
airport, I was going to spend my 9 hours layover sleeping in one of the
airport`s chairs. The girl was quite persistant and really nice though,
thus i thought: why not? I spent just a couple of hours in Jing`s
student appartment - it took us forever to get there from the airport. I
found out that Jing was actually Malaysian Chinese and that she was
teaching Chinese (Mandarin) at a local university. After I took a
shower, Jing gave me Chinese noodle soup (:D) with a fried egg and... I
went to sleep. After an hour or 2 I was woken up. I had to get back to
the airport to not miss my plane. That short day in the capital of
Malaysia was quite spontaneous. it`s nice to think that strangers invite
you to their house. Earlier on I had been trying to get in touch with
"my" previous host family that helped me out so much in the middle of
the night. Unfortunatelly I was having troubles with my roaming and I
got a reply from them yet after I arrived in Australia.
In a few
hours I was going to land in Australia...

POLSKI:
Wczesnoporannym lotem dotarlysmy z Bali do Jogjakarty. Smutno bylo zegnac sie z Kiki... Pare godzin pozniej bylam w Kuala Lumpur. Juz na lotnisku w Jogjy przysiadla sie do mnie Azjatka. Byla sympatyczna, milo nam sie rozmawialo - wlasciwie to ona mowila wiecej ode mnie, bo zmeczenie i sennosc zaczely dawac mi sie we znaki. Potem w samolocie siedzialysmy obok siebie. Do czasu, gdy wyladowalam na lotnisku w Kuala Lumpur, dostalam od mojej wspoltowarzyszki zaproszenie do jej mieszkania w Kuala Lumpur. Szczerze mowiac, po ostatnim razie, nie mialam zamiaru ruszac sie z lotniska, chcialam przeczekac 9h na kolejny lot spiac na jakims krzeselku. Ale dziewczyna sie uparla i naprawde byla cholernie mila, wiec pomyslalam: czemu nie? W mieszkaniu studenckim Jing spedzilam zaledwie pare godzin - sporo czasu zajal nam dojazd z lotniska. Jing okazala sie byc Chinka z Malezji, wykladala rowniez chinski (mandarynski) na miejscowym uniwersytecie. Wzielam prysznic, zostalam poczestowana zupka chinska (:D) z usmazonym jajkiem sadzonym i... polozylam sie spac. Po godzinie lub 2 zostalam obudzona. Musialam wracac na lotnisko. Ten krotki dzien w stolicy Malezji byl bardzo spontaniczny. Az milo pomyslec, ze obcy ludzie oferuja Ci pobyt we wlasnym domu. Wczesniej probowalam sie kontaktowac z "moja" poprzednia rodzinka, ktorzy tak bardzo mi pomogli wtedy, w srodku nocy. Ale niestety mialam problemy z roamingiem i odpowiedz od nich dostalam dopiero po dotarciu do Australii.
Za kilka godzin mialam znalezc sie w Australii...


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