Dublin, itâ€™s been a while.
Last August, with great excitement and a degree of anxiety, I left the country bound for an unusual emigration outpost; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Over there, I took up what was by all means a quite successful
Before returning back to Europe, it seemed only right to go and stretch our stay away just a little bit further and head down to Australia, not knowing when you'd get the chance again. Initially, our plans had called for
After slightly over six months working away in Malaysia, itâ€™s time for us to part ways. Thatâ€™s not to say I wonâ€™t be back for certain, who knows what way things will go from here, but it does mean that
Our trip to Sentosa contained all the usual qualities I was coming to expect of Singapore taxi drivers â€“ a comfortable car, metered fare and a guy who actually seemed to be genuinely taking the quickest way down there. Sentosa
Barely a few weeks back from our trip to Langkawi Island, and with Annaâ€™s parents now over, it was time for us to head north to Thailand, to take in some new sights.
Admittedly, things didnâ€™t get off to what
Would that work better? The problem I always have with writing â€˜lengthyâ€™ articles, as I always tend to do, is that they end up having to be split into a number of posts, each getting further from the last, until
It was pretty obvious that we couldnâ€™t stand for long on the hop-on hop-off tour of Kuala Lumpur, especially given the speed it completes its circuit at, so we didnâ€™t really have much choice as to whether we wanted off
Since we got back from Thailand, things once again have settled into a slightly less-interesting â€˜day-in, day-outâ€™ routine, aside from a couple of interesting things like a festival we were at last week, planning our next trip in early December
For the weekend, we took our long-awaited trip to Thailand, with Anna leaving work at 5pm, me leaving work at 5pm, and both meeting down in KL Sentral for our â€˜coach journeyâ€™ to KLâ€™s low-cost carrier terminal. Now, KLIA, the