Malaysian Log In

Logging in to Malaysia
 
 
 
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We slept soundly after all our chum fun yesterday arriving too late to clear in. We left Beez this morning and made our way to the office for nine thirty.
 
 
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All peaceful from the other side looking toward Beez.
 
 
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We sat in reception watching in fascination as a man cleaned the glass doors and polished his work with newspaper – the old fashioned ways are still the best. The rest of the area was very modern and fresh. 
 
 
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What a great advertisement.
 
 
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Expecting to nip off with the friendly receptionist Bud (name far too complex) and one of the marina chaps in a golf buggy, we were almost disappointed to find it was being used and we were loaded into a big car. A quick look at a flower and five minutes later we were at the ferry port.
 
 
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Bud went off with our Passports and we headed for the seats in the ‘crowded’ arrivals hall.
 
 
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Looking the other way we blinked and there was Bud returning with an official armed with a neat little box full of stamps. Two index fingers placed on an electronic pad, Passports stamped for ninety days and we were bade an official welcome to Malaysia. Not a penny had left our mitts. What a change from Australia and the drudge and expense of Indonesia.
 
 
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Next job was to get some local currency. The Ringgit – now known as the wing nut. The fifty note is worth nine pounds and fifty six pence.
 
 
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We stopped to watch the B52 bomber of the bee world about his work.
 
 
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This evening we took in the backdrop to the marina.
 
 
 
ALL IN ALL A SIMPLE JOY
                     SO VERY EASY