(There is always a limit to everything we do and a limit to speeding is there for obvious reasons. Slow down and you will live longer. Some idiots would never learn no matter what happens when one speeds over the speed limit on the highway)
Heavy drinking the night of this trip before only means one thing or rather 2 things the next morning – I am going to be very hungry when I wake up and I am going to have a slight headache.
So, when the alarm rang at 8.00 am the next morning, I did not even bother to switch the alarm off. However, somehow I knew that I need to force myself up if we want to make it for breakfast which by the way closes at 10.30 am.
(The “calm before the storm” when we were early to the highland’s banquet hall)
Considering we are at the highlands, it was cold when I woke at 5.00 pm. It was cold when I stepped on the cold & hard bathroom tiles. It was pure hell when the cold freaking water hit me when I turned on the shower. It was like taking a shower with ice cubes.
It took sometime before I managed to balance the cold & hot water but by then the “damage” has been done. I was shivering as I came out of the shower.
(The view from the bus during the trip to the highland – there was less traffic on the highway and the travelling was slow but smooth. There was a pirated movie shown whilst we were travelling – it was terrible, we heard people laughing whenever something funny was shown in the movie)
Gosh, it has been some time since my last trip to Genting Highlands.